Have you ever bullied or been bullied? Bullying behavior can occur for many reasons, some of which are TV violence, families in poverty, mis-teachings, lack of parent’s attention and also kids under bad influence. Teens often begin bullying because they want to control those who are weaker than they are. Bullying gives you people an identity, they become well known in school, they want to be popular no matter what is the reason for. Bullying makes them feel powerful. Gives attention to the young people who are mistreated at home.
Parents aren’t given them the special attention to this important matter and their children are became aggressive without their notice and worst, without their intervention. In many families, both parents work outside the home. Parents often do not have time to pay attention to their children’s needs. Parents may not be aware of the aggressive behavior that their children are exhibiting, either inside or outside the home. Dysfunctional families, being bullied, bad moods, not being taught rights and wrong is one of the major causes or excuses to this behavior in our young children.
They use violence as a way of identifying themselves. They may have emotional problems. Being known for bad behavior is better than not being known at all. In conclusion the causes of bullying are in front of our TVs with all of these bad news alerting us about it, every day people involved in other things instead on their own children causes all this dangerous environment to our society Our children have been involved in this dangerous and horrendous situation in front of our eyes and our society is suffering the consequences.
When young people bully others, the effects felt by the weaker student can lead to serious, even deadly, consequences. Students who are bullied tend to withdraw from society. They often stop communicating with parents and friends. They want to hide this embarrassing situation, which can lead to lying. They not perform as well academically if they are worried about being picked. They become isolated, this social withdrawal results in depression. The impact on its victims can be severe, hey feel an emotional rollercoaster and this probably has a permanent damage on their personalities as a collateral effect.
Changing their lives forever with psychological consequences. Students lose self-esteem and start questioning their own personalities, thinking that maybe they deserve this bad treatment. They may start focusing only on the bully. Their outlook on life may become darker and darker as the bullying continues. If the bullying damages teens, they may do almost anything to get out of the situation.
They may try to escape from their painful reality by engaging in dangerous activities. They might think about a plan of revenge. Probably they try to commit suicide. Bullying is very negative and creates major problems to our society. Now we are all aware of this impact over our children and also who witness it as well. When young people are victims of bullies, there is a strong chance that they will suffer many negative consequences, not only from the bullies themselves but also as they begin to separate from society.
For so many years, bullying was considered a normal part of growing up, as in the saying “Boys will be Boys! ” However, with the increase of teen anguish due to bullying and the million of dollars spent on long-term therapy, one has to wonder if bullying should be considered a “normal” activity. In order to ensure a stable and healthy society, individuals need to take a harder look at this negative behavior that hurts not only the bullied child and the bully, but the family and society as a whole.