The best way to treat bullying is not to apply the usual methods; but make radical changes to education. First of all, Get rid of compulsory attendance. Most bullies don't want be in school, And won't (or can't) learn anything anyway. Some of them (and their enablers) are clinical psychopaths, A cure for psychopathy would be as great a boon for the human race as a cure for cancer.
It's a truism that gifted children need a more mentally challenging environment. Something like that might be true for at least some bullies. Maybe they are just physically superior to their school peers, And need a physical challenge. Military schools, Outdoor/wilderness settings, Farm labor, Construction and other vocational trades, All-sports schools, Perhaps?
The fundamental problem of bullying isn't in the punches or wedgies or names bullies give. It's in the mindset of bullies and their victims. If a child sees someone treating others cruelly and gaining something from it, And nobody tells him that's wrong, The kid's going to grow up into a bully. That's sad, But few things can be done about that. What we can do is encourage a culture of kindness and caring in schools. School, Especially middle and high school, Is when students are most vulnerable to peer pressure. This can encourage and foster bullying, But it can work the other way around too. If students think of bullying as something unacceptable and not as an everyday routine, Bullying will be unacceptable. Also, I see a lot of people in the 'no' section saying that bullying is in our nature. Antipathy towards difference is also in our nature, But that doesn't mean we hate everyone of difference race or gender identity. Those kind of things used to be shameful, But now they're just differences. People may hate them, But it's considered indecent to voice these sentiments. The bottom line is that bullying can be stopped in schools by changing social norms. It won't be easy or quick, But it's possible
My parents always told me to punch them in the nose, give them a nosebleed. It works, sometimes. Sometimes they just keep on going and then you get punished for retaliation. Tell the teacher every time something happens and if that doesn't work, whack them one. IT IS TIME TO STOP THEM!!!
Like i said bullying isn't stopping because people are saying it won't stop... When you don't try to fix things i don't get how you would expect things to stop if you don't do something about it. That's like saying nothing to a child when they do something disrespectful. Do something about it
Bullying can be stopped if people put punishments for bullies. This way the bullies will be discouraged and will stop bulling. People who bully should be punished in a way that they will never think of hurting anyones feelings ever again. Bullying can also lead to people commiting suicide and this is very bad. SAY NO TO BULLYING
The people being bullied need to know what it is and talk to someone about it. I was bullied and stuck through it but i never stopped it I used to be very lonely. I think it can and should be stopped. It is just that the bullied and the witnesses need to be report and teachers need to watch for this stuff.
BULLING CAN BE STOPPED IF YOU NO HOW TO STOP IT. Names can be more painful then a punch to the face . If you let children and young adults know that bulling is not tolerated. Then they will stop. I was bullied myself but i kept my head held high and said NO NO NO!!!
No one cares not even the teachers they won't do anything about it in any school because they don't care what is going down and they also don't care about whats going on in your life all they care about is the end of the day. Parents don't even care all they say to their kids is suck it up and get over it.
When I was being bullied, "punishments" didn't work. That is what people on the yes side like to argue. The punishments will not help because sitting in detention for a few hours is worth it for a bully to bully someone they hate. That is one reason why bullying can't be stopped. And what's worse is I was asked this same question in health class recently, and I didn't know what to say. They asked "what ways can cyberbullying be stopped" and that was a more dreaded question than my little sister asking me if santa was real.
Cause its how a kid is raised so if a kid had a abusive mom or dad then the kid is going to relaese her or his angry on someone else then that kid is probble be a bully or get depressed and her or his self so bulling cant be stoped
Bullying is a societal issue. Schools are meant to educate. They are not the whipping boy for society's ills. This is actually part of the problem. We seem, as a society, so quick to blame and pass the buck onto "entities" such as schools as the solution to our problems.
I would suggest that bullying ends in the home. Parents should be monitoring what their children are doing on social media, how they comment in the back seat of a car about other teens or kids. These kids don't just say mean things at school. It is a pervasive issue. And to be frank, many of the parents need to consider the very way they treat others as a mirror. Children learn what they see. If dad calls mom "fat," that child learns to call others fat.
You can't but a band-aid on the knee when the elbow is bleeding. Schools aren't the cause of bullying, nor are they the solution. If your child is being bullied, empower him/her to speak out. Try to encourage them to find friends who accept them, and to stick with those who will help them.
Then, as a parent, do your DUTY. Puck up the phone and call the bullies' parents. Explain to them what is happening. (Of course, they won't listen, as bully kids often have bully parents.) But, do it anyway...And let your child see you doing it. Then they learn a valuable lesson. It also wouldn't hurt to tell your bullied child to tell the bully to knock it off. More often than not, standing up to the bully is the easiest way to end it. Bullies count on their prey being unable to respond. Sure, please call the school and make them aware of the situation. They will absolutely do their best to make sure your child is safe. But just useless as your phone call to the bullies' parents was...As to is the school's call. (If even answered.) That doesn't make the school at fault. They can't do anything either. This is a home problem.
-people will always have conflicts and there is no way to stop people from disagreeing from others
- teachers or people with authorities might not even care or know about what is happening to stop it
2. Bystanders/ Vitims/ Fear
-are too scared to tell someone about the problem
-If they tell they might think that the bully will come after them aswell because telling was a sign of weakness
- too scared to standup for one another (They might have been bullied before and dont want that to happen to the again)
3.People who can help (Teachers)
-don't care and let the students figure it out by themselves
-and don't forget the teachers can be bullied too by there students and the other teachers might not want to help them
-they might not even know about the problem because nobody who knew about it ever told them!
4. Well, its just in our nature.
-we have always teased people to make ourselves feel better! If we wanted to stop we would have but sometimes people just can't help it!
-we can bully people from literally everywhere and however we please. -We can bully them on the internet, physically, verbally, and just talking behind there back!
- if we are talking about cyber bullying we might never even know who the bully is because we are on the internet and no one would ever know their username and unless someone who is their friend tells someone about them we might never find out who they are to put an end to it.
That is because it has started since ages, and has continued to be done. It just just their growing age as such, so it is most of the time bullying, teasing , etc. though there are many ways to stopped, it is sometimes the teachers or the students who do not care about anything what is happening.....
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It is possible to stop bullying, but highly unlikely to get it stop altogether. Bullying is a way of targeting outcasts or making fun of the uncool people mainly. Personal empowerment, faculty involvement, and security screenings are good tools to keep it from happening, but they are unlikely to make it fully go away. Bullying is usually a way making others feel bad about themselves that's likely to be around as long as humans are around.
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This can even be proven logically using proof by contradiction. Suppose that bullying doesn't exist. This means when there are no conflicts, people get bored. And when people get bored, this is a conflict, which contradicts the original assumption. Therefore, conflicts among people always exist, especially bullying. The cycle of peace and conflict keeps repeating as long as there is any sort of existence.