By Jennifer Blizin Gillis
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You can affect how other people treat you by the way you act. So no, it’s not a guy or girl’s fault if a bully taunts him or her. But the victims are also the people who have the most power to step up and handle the situation. Don’t think of bullying as your fault, ever. But always know that you have the ability, and the responsibility, to bring it to an end in your life. And when you grab hold of this power and make it yours, you can stop bullies from hurting you. WHAT MAKES A BULLY? So that brings us to this question: If you can’t blame the victim, who—or what—do you blame?
Relationship bullying means that the bully is using his or her social status to hurt another child. This involves keeping kids out of social groups, using a child’s desire to belong to a group to force the child to misbehave or do something he/she doesn’t want to do, or spreading rumors and insults about other children through friends, neighbors, or schoolmates. Bullying is always intentional, and unless it’s stopped, it usually gets worse as times goes by. JOURNAL EXERCISES Writing out your thoughts in journal form is a great way to organize your ideas and feelings and to better express them.
Or you certainly know somebody who has. So let’s keep it real, y’all. Kenny is not “weaker” or “worse” than other people. Students who get bullied are everywhere—they may be your buddy or your brother. Or you. And most important of all, they are people who don’t deserve to have anyone call them names or push them around. I want to take a few minutes to go over the various types of bullying that students like you have to deal with these days. FAST FACT In the United States alone, bullying affects more than five million students in grades six through eleven.
Aquariums (Field Trips) by Jennifer Blizin Gillis