Tag Archives: emotional bullying

What You May Be Feeling When Bullied By Others

You are walking down the hallway as the classmates you pass by whisper and point in your direction. Something is going on, but you don’t know what, as you hold your textbooks closer to your chest. You are almost to your locker when you feel hands at your back. The hands violently shove you forward.

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What is Bullying in Schools? How to Recognize It

What is bullying in schools? It seems like the answer would be obvious, but it’s really much more complex than most people realize. A lot of parents think that the signs of bullying are obvious. Their child comes home beaten up regularly, or with bruises and other signs of physical abuse. Maybe he’s constantly “losing”

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An Overview of Youth Bullying in School

Youth bullying has existed for decades, if not centuries. In recent years, it has been covered regularly in the national media. Incidents of extreme nature often get covered in local news casts. Unfortunately, at times, bullied children or teen-agers wind up taking their own lives. These cases often make national news. A study done by

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Video Bullying in Schools

Video bullying in schools is no longer uncommon these days since almost all students have a cell phone with them most of the time. However, when someone begins bullying, that person is usually going to make sure that no one is around to take a video. On the other hand, there are more chances that

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Bullying at School, The Essential Facts

The Basics of Bullying at School In past years, school bullying has taken on toll on students as well as parents. Unfortunately, the number of bullying crimes that occur at school have drastically increased. Due to this factor, parents and many students are wondering what can be done to prevent bullying in schools from happening

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Social Bullying – A Major Blow to the Social Networking Sites

Social bullying refers to a deliberate and constantly repeated aggressive social behavior. Its perpetrators mainly aim at hurting the victim and making them feel lesser than their peers. In most cases, it affects youths and often results into social isolation. Bullies use this form of bullying to improve their social and relational standing in a

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