Bullying is a problem that seems to stain the lives of every generation of kids. It’s a problem that we often hear about in the news, and it’s a problem that we often try to sweep under the rug. But the truth is, bullying is a real issue, and it needs to be addressed.
Bullying can take many different forms – from verbal abuse to physical assault. And it can have devastating consequences for both the victim and the bully. Victims of bullying often experience depression, social isolation, and self-esteem problems. And bullies often have behavioral problems and difficulties forming relationships with others later in life.
So why do kids bully? There are many reasons – but most likely, it’s because they’re trying to gain power or control over someone else. Or maybe they’re just trying to fit in with their friends.
Bullying is like a disease if you let it take hold it can ruin lives. That’s why schools, communities, and friends need to take action at the first sign of trouble. Otherwise, sustained bullying can have a long term damaging effect on the psychology of those on the receiving end.
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