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bully

any of various small freshwater fishes of the genera Gobiomorphus and Philynodon of New Zealand
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Bullies in childhood will continue to bully throughout their adult lives.'
Before Christmas 2018, Ateneo de Manila resolved the bullying scandal by dismissing from its high school the teenage bully who was seen on video beating up another boy in the school toilet.
Children can be bullied, bully others, or be witness to bullying behaviour.
One in three witnesses said they responded to the violence by turning on the bully, either by yelling or punching.
Proactive aggression can be perceived as more serious than reactive aggression because there is evidence of malicious intent and premeditation whereby the bully targets a weaker peer (Vlachou, Andreou, Botsoglou, & Didaskalou, 2011).
When bystanders do nothing, it may send a message to the bully that their behavior is okay.
ISLAMABAD, Feb 18(Media)- Bullying at schools if not stopped when it is started cause long term damages to personalities of both the bully and the bullied children.
Other times, they think they will be punished if they report it - punished by the adult and the bully again," the teacher said.
The first type is physical bullying that includes physical contact between a person who bully and the other who is bullied e.g., hitting, kicking, slapping, scratching, etc.
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.