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bully

any of various small freshwater fishes of the genera Gobiomorphus and Philynodon of New Zealand
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Besides, it shatters the confidence of the bullied child, it also does psychological harm to the bully,these were the views of an academician Farkhanda Jabeen while talking to this scribe.
If any one bullies during school hours, the way out is to tell an adult or teacher to stick up for the kid being bullied and tell the bully to stop," she said.
A skilled bully simultaneously attacks three of their target's forms of power: their personal power (their self-esteem, self-belief and self-confidence); their reputational influence (their credibility in the eyes of others); and their organisational status (their ability to perform their role effectively).
Studies have also confirmed that while boys bully more than girls, significant differences were found in the style of bullying and victimization across the world14-15.
Carandang said parents of bullied children must first understand that bullying, rather than being an isolated instance, is a dynamic system that involves the bully, the bullied and the bystander.
Larsen by Susin Nielsen (2012), and The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale (2013).
Do other kids ever bully you at school, in your neighborhood, or online?
Both superiors and coworkers bully their target because the target is a threat to the bully.
Bullying involves three groups: victim, bully and bully-victims, but children fall along a bully-victim continuum.
Students who are bullied or who bully others generally have serious, lasting attitudinal problems.
RESTORATIVE LAureN says that, in Smith, ordinator for the past, there's been Alliance a tendency to provide more services for victims of bullying than interventions with children who bully.
RESTORATIVE LAUREN says that, in the past, there's been Seager-Smith, ordinator for Bullying Alliance a tendency to provide more services for victims of bullying than interventions with children who bully.