My theory of children bullying other children, is when many other obstacles throughout their early development. Everyday in our schools, children are threatened, teased and tormented by bullies. Child bullying is not taken seriously enough, it is often brushed off by parents and teachers; some children have been told to just accept it, but no circumstances should an individual accept bullying being okay. They need to know that bullying is unacceptable and that children don’t have to deal with it. Every 50% of child’s worst nightmare is waking up and going to school getting bullying by another child, it can cause that child to go into depression, anxiety, suicidal etc.
The effect of bullying is a person who uses their strength to intimidate another person. Child and teen Bullying and Cyberbullying are a growing problem, however most suicided are not just a bullying. It can mess up a kid’s future. Bullies are more likely to drop out, skip school, drinking and smoking etc. 50% of boys who were bullies in middle school had at least one criminal conviction by the age of 19. Some kids are so tormented by their bullies that they choose suicide as alternative to their pain which should never be an option. Kids need to know that nothing is bad enough to take their own life. For this reason, it is often difficult for parents to discover or even imagine that these students engage in bullying behavior.
Students who bullies can have a wide impact on the students they bully, students who observe bullying, and the overall climate of the school and environment.
Whatever the form of bullying, it can deeply affect a person bullied. To stop bullying, it is important to recognize the point to make bullying a thing of the past, not the present of future. As I state in the first paragraph my theory on bulling other children is obstacles throughout their early life and prevent the child to bully other kids because of their problems. And being young dealing with things in your home may take an big role on your life as if in growing up. Because when you grow up you might think it’s okay to treat other people around you the same way but it’s not okay to take your pain and problems out on others.