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No one can make you feel inferior without your consent, Eleanor Roosevelt.
What is Bullying? It is the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively to impose domination over others. The behaviour is often repeated and habitual, Wikipedia.
Bullying has been linked to loneliness, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, suicide, and violence.
Read our free e-book I was bullied! for a gentle introduction to this important topic.
Some tips to deal with bullies are:
- “As much as you can, avoid the bully […] If you can take a different route and avoid him or her, do so,” KidsHealth, Kids, Puberty & Growing Up, School Stuff, Dealing with Bullies.
- “Don’t talk to them. Leave them alone. Talking to them will give them a chance to be mean or disrespectful towards you,” wikiHow, How to avoid Bullies.
- “Don’t be afraid to stand up for yourself! Act confident and tell the bully to stop,” Mahalo Leart Anything, How to Avoid Bullies.
- “Tell someone you trust! Whatever you do, do not keep it to yourself,” Grab a Bully by the horns. Do not put up with it, but ask for help and advice to tackle bullying: friends, family, teachers, headmaster, etc.
- “Bullies are less likely to approach someone if you are with a friend. […] It is important to stay calm. Don’t show the bully you are mad or sad”, The Bully on the bus, free ebook written by Lori Lacombe.
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