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admin, November 1, 2019 in Inequality Question - The Debate
What do you think?
We can't prevent it. Some people just like to bully others. That is life. You have to find ways to cope with it.
I think that it is about people being kind. Too many people bully others because of their frustrations in their own life. If more people were kind to one another there would be less bullying because people wouldn't feel annoyed and like they want to bully others.
We can prevent bullying in society by giving the child enough education.
We can prevent bullying in society through giving each other respect.
We can prevent bullying in society through making friendship between different people we socilalize with in different foras.
Through providing enough security to people we can prevent bullying in society.
We can prevent bullying in society throung stopping to live on the streets since it is members on the streets who bull others so when one is home traced to his family members, he is free from bullying.
We can prevent bullying in society through avoiding to walk with bad peers/groups since it is them which can have bad people who bull others.
We can prevent bullying in society through having good peers which can help incase of danger.
Bullying can be prevented in society through being faithful to one another.
We can prevent bullying in society through reporting and arresting the criminals who tend to bull people in society.
Through stopping to use drugs as these lead to bad characters in society.
We can prevent bullying in society through being honest to one another.
We can prevent bullying in society through encouraging everyone to be responsible such one grows up with good morals and behavoiurs.
I think we need to think about why people bully others. Sometimes its that they've been bullied themselves. So if we could all just stop and think a bit more before we act the world could be a kinder place.
How to Prevent Bullying - Parents, school staff, and other caring adults have a role to play in preventing bullying.
They can:Help kids understand bullying.
Talk about what bullying is and how to stand up to it safely.
Tell kids bullying is unacceptable.
Make sure kids know how to get help.
Keep the lines of communication open.
Check in with kids often. Listen to them. Know their friends, ask about school, and understand their concerns.
Encourage kids to do what they love. Special activities, interests, and hobbies can boost confidence, help kids make friends, and protect them from bullying behavior.
Model how to treat others with kindness and respect.
Help Kids Understand Bullying. Kids who know what bullying is can better identify it. They can talk about bullying if it happens to them or others. Kids need to know ways to safely stand up to bullying and how to get help.
Encourage kids to speak to a trusted adult if they are bullied or see others being bullied. The adult can give comfort, support, and advice, even if they can’t solve the problem directly. Encourage the child to report bullying if it happens.
Talk about how to stand up to kids who bully . Give tips, like using humor and saying “stop” directly and confidently. Talk about what to do if those actions don’t work, like walking away.
Talk about strategies for staying safe, such as staying near adults or groups of other kids.
Urge them to help kids who are bullied by showing kindness or getting help.Keep the Lines of Communication Open.
Research tells us that children really do look to parents and caregivers for advice and help on tough decisions. Sometimes spending 15 minutes a day talking can reassure kids that they can talk to their parents if they have a problem. Start conversations about daily life and feelings with questions like these:What was one good thing that happened today? Any bad things?What is lunchtime like at your school?
This is a big question because bullying has many circumstances that cause it to happen:
- not liking yourself very much/not feeling liked so you soothe yourself by looking to control others/hurt their feelings
- a lack of self regulation ( being able to control your self) so you bully others to get what you want now
- wanting to have power and wealth without thought for others
- support is not available or not available consistently to ensure change for the better e.g. emotional support to like yourself/ feel comfortable with others and delay rewards until you can get them without bullying others / laws introduced and upheld where necessary / a social climate where bullying is not acceptable.
Whilst it is inevitable that there would be some level of bullying, especially in early teenage years, it is fair to suggest that most bullying can be eradicated with a few steps:
- raising awareness and knowledge of different cultures and promoting diversity
- providing well-equipped professional services to provide children that may become bullies due to personal insecurities/ abuse from home, to alleviate the need for these children to release their frustrations and angers on others.
there is also a need to move adult business away from a bully culture. for example with the rise in identity politics with the rise of men like Donald Trump and Boris Johnson, politics ow has a bully culture where people will bully and abuse their opponents rather than settle differences in an adult manner. the impact that this bully culture in politics can have on impressionable children and teens is that it is viewed to be acceptable to call a person you dislike or disagree with, a mean name or insult their appearance.
I don't think we can stop bullying - i think it has always happened and will always happen.
Bullying can end through education where we learn to accept one another as we are
We can have kind and respectful politicians who don't bully others themselves.
We can help bullies to understand how they hurt others. Then they might not bully them.
Bullies should be made to be ashamed. It is hurtful and bad behaviour. If we make them ashamed they won't do it more.
I think children often bully because they were bullied too. If you are bullied you need to not pass it on.