No Bullies Allowed
Bullying has become a recognised, widespread and is a neglected problem in schools and around the globe. It implicates severe consequences for children who initiate the bullying and for the ones who are victimised by the bullies. Over many years it has become an unmissable issue that usually cannot be solved until parents or teachers address the reasons why the bully has humiliated and intimidated others in the first place. Children with the right guidance and education can acquire skills to work through their problems instead of 'watching them or keeping an eye on them'. To provide them with such knowledge and successfully eliminate bullying from schools, we need to determine its causes and effects that school bullying poses to children. Bullying is generally defined as an attacking behavioural pattern among school children and teenagers that implicates self-evident power irregularity within themselves. School Bullying can have the potential to be repeated, over time. The children or bullies can use their physical strength, access to private information, or popularity to intimidate control or harm to others. Usually, bullying comprises of actions such as taunting, teasing, threatening to cause damage, name-calling, spreading rumours about someone, and embarrassing them in public.
CAUSES OF BULLYING ARE COMPLEX
Children who bully usually come from dysfunctional families. However, saying this it is not an assurance growing in such a family that a child will become a bully. A substantial number of children likely to bullying come from families where there are little affection and attachment. In some cases, parents may often be an example of the inappropriate behaviours, such as attacking acts against friends, siblings or other members of the family. Therefore, children can adapt and take on such behavioural patterns and encourage it with there peers. They treat their peers with disregard to make themselves feel better. Most children do not do this deliberately; they merely imitate the behaviour from their parents. Nevertheless, when the bully does not feel a resistance, he becomes overwhelmed with power and continues the action. The bully is inadvertently rewarded whenever the victim surrenders. He also feels paid for gaining attention and popularity, as well as the ability to have other afraid of them. These accidental amends strengthen bullying behaviour pattern and encourage the offender to keep bullying others. Children who bully contain or control their emotions. Whenever people become angry and irritated, they can efficiently manage their emotions to prevent themselves from harming others. Regular people can usually efficiently manage their feelings to avoid themselves from hurting others. Bullies can uncontrollably become angry and irritated and are unable to regulate their emotions. In fact, anything that can provoke them can cause them to over exaggerate severely. In 2016, a given an example from (“Common Causes...