Bullying Effects On Society

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“I’m tired of living.” this is what I heard one of my peers say in the eighth grade. What he said wasn't just out of madness or stress, it was because he had been bullied all year about his appearance. Bullying is one of the most common things that exist in America along with the rest of today's world. People tend to criticize others based off their clothes, culture, income, and personalities. It seems as if everyone wants to either be better than the next person. On the other side some bullies like having control over others or being the one with power. We can all make a change together and put an end to bullying forever, no more suffering for the victims who have experienced it.
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It’s something that should be taken in a serious manner. People every day could put on fake smiles and really depressed inside while having suicidal thoughts still from their past. Some may never forget what has happened to them. Suffering from anxiety only makes the case bigger, they’re afraid to communicate with others. It weakens them because they never could open up after being bullied. Think about how many people who have committed suicide from feeling so alone and lost. They never got enough confidence in themselves. Depression is another effect that should be taken seriously because that leads to suicide, also. Depression is a mental case that makes you feel lost and different as if you aren't worthy enough. The body is creating more sensitive hormones, while in depression. Which could eventually lead to negative thoughts, That can lead into abuse, death, and leaving behind loved ones. Bullying overall can change a victim's life, that could turn on negative for them. For the victims who ran to drugs weren't taking the best footsteps to recover. Most of those drugs may be life threatening, it would be best to turn the person into rehab for the best medical assistance. Mental health has a lot of upsides to it because a patient who is diagnosed with a mental illness can have many different moods and mood swings. Sometimes that could lead to big situation like domestic and verbal abuse. A victim who has heavy thoughts of suicide can be hurt so bad and just don't feel as their life is getting better. Between facing anxiety, low self esteem, and being afraid of others, it's harder for them to regain confidence. If there's someone that is suffering from bullying, be sure to always give them a helping hand whether it be rehab or improving their self esteem. Bullying will not not limit anyone else's happiness and desire to smile again if we all just work together and fight

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