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How Can You Prevent Bullying?

Holistic Learning and Development

How Can You Prevent Bullying?

Bullying can sometimes get very irritating. However, there is no need to worry.

By Pratibha Yadav 06th Feb, 2015 01:09 pm

Have you ever been teased by others? Have others called you funny names? Do some students in class insult you on a regular basis? Well, if you have experienced this, then people are bullying you. Bullying can sometimes get very irritating and depress you to the core. It can be verbal as well as physical. However, there is no need to worry. If you handle the situation with a little caution, you can definitely teach those who bully you a lesson or two.

Replying harshly to students who bully you cannot always help. Try to avoid the person who bullies you. Do not give him/her the moment to bully you. If you cannot avoid him, then try to be in the company of friends. If you have your friends with you, the bully might not dare to tease you or harass you.

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Stay Calm and Control your Anger

If you lose your calm and fight with the person who bullies you, then the situation may get worse and depress you further. It is better to stay calm in such a scenario. Ignore that person completely and he himself will get fed up with you. Bullies love it when people get hyper because that is what they want. So, why give them what they want? Remember: You cannot throw stones at every dog that barks.

Try to Understand the Nature of the Person who Bullies you

Bullying is also a disorder, and people bully due to various reasons. They might not be getting the required attention at home; they might be frustrated, depressed or angry on something. If you try to understand their nature and give them your positive vibes, they can become your friends too. It is always better to change people for good.

Seek the Advice of Adults and Teachers

If the situation is going out of control and you cannot handle it anymore, please take advice from your teachers or parents. Tell them the entire scenario and they will definitely resolve the issue for you.

Make Friends

Often children who have no friends are bullied more because they are considered vulnerable. So, do not be in isolation and make friends. Socialising is an important part of school life.

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