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Bullying and Cyber bullying explained

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  • By Sebastian, Jack, Jacob, Adil, Matthew and Sean.

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  • What is Bullying?Use superior strength or influence to intimidate someone, typically to force him or her to do what the bully wants.

  • What Is Cyber Bullying?Cyber bullying is the use of information and communication of technologies to bully embarrass threaten or harass another.

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  • Where Can You Be Cyber Bullied?Instant Messaging-MSN, YAHOO, ICQ-Real time chat, web cam, photosCell Phones-camera phone with text messagingInteractive Games-bullying can occur while playing on-line games

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  • Why Do People Cyber Bully? It is easier to bully in cyberspace than it is to bully face to face. With cyber bullying a bully can pick on people with much less risk of being caught.

  • What Is Verbal Bullying?Verbal bullying occurs when someone uses language to gain power over him or her.The bully makes use of relentless insults and teasing to bully his or her lack of physical capabilities. Verbal bullies are one of the more difficult types of bullies to identify since their attacks tend to only occur when adults are not present.

  • Why Do People Verbal Bully?Bullies do this to show other people that he is hard.Sometimes they do it to get attention.Or it could be that they are jealous of you.

  • What Is Physical Bullying?Physical bullying is when there is bodily contact between the bully and the victim.This could include kicking, punching, biting and scratching.

  • Why Do People Physical Bully? Many people bully in order to attract attention from others.A person also bullies others because he may think that he is much superior to them. Another reason might be because they have a mental problem

  • How Can It Be Prevented? Tell your parent or guardian.Tell your teacher if its someone in school.Report it online if you can so the bully wont be able to use that website or communication system.Tell the police if it goes too far Or ignore it if its verbal.

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  • Michael PhelpsBefore he became a record-breaking Olympian with a collection of gold medals to his name, Michael Phelps was a kid with unwieldy limbs, "sticky-out ears," and a lisp that caused him to be teased by his peers. Phelps has openly discussed his "deep hurt" over bullying early in life. He also dealt with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, for which he spent two years on medication. A teacher even told Phelps' mother, "He's not gifted. Your son will never be able to focus on anything." These days though, Phelps' trainer calls him the "motivation machine," explaining, "bad moods, good moods, he channels everything for gain."

  • Prayer Let us remember that when we laugh at someone, they feel pain.Let us remember that when we pick on someone they are angry but also afraid.Let us remember that when we don't stick up for someone who is being bullied, they are alone.Let us remember that we bully because we want to feel strong, the boss.But are we? What have we done?We have forgotten our own fear by making others frightened.We have forgotten our own loneliness by leaving one of us alone.We have hidden our own nightmare in another's terror.It is no longer enough to be sorry.It is no longer enough to boast and swagger.These attitudes are hollow, skating on the thin ice of our own fears, our own hates.May we have the courage to confront ourselves in the 'not me', 'don't want to know', 'it's their problem', I'm not involved'.May we have the courage to confront ourselves in the 'I'm right', For we are all hurt, all afraid, all alone, all different, all me, and the world is all ours.We all have only one life.

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