Bully: verb, using superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.

What is a Bully?
Bullying is an aggressive, unwelcoming behavior that we see in everyday life.
Bullying is a serious problem that needs to be brought to attention.

Types of Bullying.

  • Verbal Bullying

  • Teasing, Name-calling, Taunting, Causing harm, Unnecessary comments.

  • Social Bullying.

  • Intention of leaving someone out, spreading rumors, embarrassing someone.

  • Physical Bullying

  • Hitting, Punching, Throwing, Pushing, Spitting.

    Facts about Bullying.
    Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying.
    Imbalance of power-those who bully us their strength, popularity, or control to manipulate others.
    Repetition: incidents of bullying happen more than once.

    Record it.  Report it.  Don't support it. Stop Bullying now. Stand up. Speak out.