Physical Bullying

What do you think?

Re: Physical Bullying

Postby PinkBow » Tue Jul 17, 2012 2:02 pm

I dont care what part of the country you live in, if there is a child that is being physically hurt and you are an adult then you better help them out in any way that you can. I cant stand to hear about the stories that adults sit around and do nothing to protect these children who obviously cannot solve the problem on their own.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby Laked21 » Wed Jul 18, 2012 12:30 am

SCIENCE wrote :
> Kids should not be afraid of being hurt in school because there is adults
> all over the place. Fighting should be immediate action that they kid who
> started has to go through a laundry list of things so that they can prevent
> them from doing it again. Making them go back home to the environment that
> got them in this attitude to begin with is not the answer. They should be
> at school but in another class learning about why violence is so bad and if
> they cannot attend or participate they are no longer welcome at the school.
> Completing a class can eliminate the lack of information for why they fight
> the next time and if they choose to fight after receiving this information
> then a harsh punishment is clearly the answer.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby GlowStik » Mon Jan 14, 2013 3:50 pm

We need to stop living in the past and saying well I was beat up and I turned out alright approach. Its not ok to be abused and when it happens regularly it damages someone in a way that is permanent. You lose your innocence when you are bullied physically and to blame the person that is being bullied by saying they are just not mentally tough and that is the way things are is wrong. We should not tolerate violence in school ever. Under any policy or set of rules should fighting have any warning. You know that its wrong and if you do it you will be punished.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby RAwinston » Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:55 am

I dont think anyone that was beaten up as a child ever gets over it completely.You would have to be reminded of it over and over and worried that it would ever happen again.Just because the bully gets suspended or the attacker gets arrested doesnt change the fact that you will have this horrible memory for life.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby MizCeeDub » Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:36 am

RAwinston wrote :
> I dont think anyone that was beaten up as a child ever gets over it
> completely.You would have to be reminded of it over and over and worried
> that it would ever happen again.Just because the bully gets suspended or
> the attacker gets arrested doesnt change the fact that you will have this
> horrible memory for life.
I still remember my abuse... Like it was yesterday. The feelings, the smell, the fear, the anger, the confusion. Its a horrible thing.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby Megatron81 » Thu May 02, 2013 1:14 pm

Which is why it should be taken more seriously in schools because it doesnt make it better by just suspending them for 3 days and telling the victim its gonna be ok because it wont. Kids that are victims of bullying should have to start getting free treatment on the schools dime then maybe they will start paying more attention.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby pinkiejay » Mon May 06, 2013 11:55 am

Megatron81 wrote :
> Which is why it should be taken more seriously in schools because it doesnt
> make it better by just suspending them for 3 days and telling the victim
> its gonna be ok because it wont. Kids that are victims of bullying should
> have to start getting free treatment on the schools dime then maybe they
> will start paying more attention.
I have never agreed more. I mean, why is the schools not becoming more responsible for their students behavior and safety? I understand its parents job to raise kids and make them acceptable for society, but If they don't have a clue about the bullying or victim, then the school needs to become active and involve all parents and quit sweeping the incidences under the rug. Making the school responsible for any abuse treated or untreated would light a fire under their ass and make them do their jobs.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby SureThing8098 » Thu May 23, 2013 10:09 am

I think all bullying is bad, but I think most bulling suicides are due to bullying on social media. When the victim is bullied online all their peers witness it and the bullying is compounded.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby masonjar » Tue May 28, 2013 11:46 am

Ive noticed a lot of bullying suicides related to online, but I saw just a string of them from bullying at schools. And the kids are hanging themselves. They victims are young, between ages 11-14. I can hardly believe it and it makes my heart bleed.
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Re: Physical Bullying

Postby SunsetsInRio » Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:11 am

My opinion is: For fear sake, it is the worst... I think many more people commit suicide over other types of bullying though. They all suck to me.
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