Bullying Is A Form Of Abuse Essay

1464 Words Oct 31st, 2016 6 Pages
Bullying can exist between social groups, social classes, and even between countries. Bullying is a form of abuse. The effects can be serious, long lasting and even fatal.
It’s when an individual is being tormented either psychologically or physically by a group of people or a person. The bully gets satisfaction to the reaction of the person they are bullying. In my opinion, based on my experiences, the main reason people bully is because they have insecurities of their own and by emphasizing other people’s flaws it makes them feel better about themselves. The main causes of bulling are poor family support, guidance and lack of supervision at school which leads to increase in absentees, increase in violence, family and career disintegration and depression in later life.
In many cases the bully 's childhood is marred by poor parental example or outright neglect. Many bullies come from homes where the parents are cold, uninvolved or have, in effect, taught their children to use rage and violence to handle problems. Children raised in such a troubled atmosphere may not see their own verbal attacks and physical aggression as bullying; they may think that such behavior is normal and acceptable. Many schools bring together large numbers of students from differing backgrounds, who have been raised in widely varying ways. Sadly, some children are aggressive because they have been taught at home that intimidating others and verbally abusing them are the best means of getting their…

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