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bully

A person who uses physical or psychological means or force to get his or her way, esp. by intimidating or hurting others who may be smaller or weaker.
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There are advantages and disadvantages of labelling young children's behaviours as bullying and labelling children as bullies.
Ross Ellis, founder and CEO of STOMP Out Bullying, cautions, "Normal social interaction, being told something you don't want to hear, being ribbed by your friends on one occasion, being treated cruelly one time--is not bullying.
That accolade enables schools to demonstrate to parents, Ofsted and others that the safety of children is taken seriously, and bullying is not tolerated.
She said case history of the bullying child should be traced so that it could be established that why the child was bullying others.
Khaleej Times asked students how they would respond to bullying, and many responses encouraged victims not to feel guilty and report any incidents to authority figures.
However, little research to date has explored how bullying is portrayed in YAL, specifically whether the information about bullying is accurate in comparison to current research or students' experiences, and how these portrayals in YAL can be used as part of anti-bullying initiatives in school classrooms.
Although antigay bullying and harassment occur outside the clinic, providers can encounter both the perpetrator and the victim as patients and not realize it.
The DHHS advises against fighting back, instead suggesting kids walk away and stay away before finding an adult who can stop the bullying on the spot.
Always, students are encouraged to tell their parents of bullying behavior or other problems at school.
Marvin Saro of the PNP Police Community Relations Group, bullying in schools is generally a violation of Republic Act No.
As part of the study, a team of researchers identified specific bullying behaviours in each age group and how adolescents continue to be involved in bullying or, on the other hand, find a way out at some point before adulthood.