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Hicex 
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Posted 10/15/12
Well i think some people will always do this.... the only think i can say its just get stronger and don't try to be someone else you really are

I don't know if you know her but go check his video this can maybe help you ^^

Posted 10/15/12
When in doubt, carry a rifle gun!
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Posted 10/16/12
You've got to storm your way through bullies.

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Posted 10/16/12
Trolls were bullies.
Posted 10/16/12
You have to keep telling an adult everytime the bully does something otherwise the adult will just think it's over and done with if you don't speak up
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lol if u stand up for your self u wouldn't be bullied simple as that i know i was never bullied cause i all ways beat up any bully that tried to bully me as a kid they left me alone cause i stood up 4 my self and dont be a stupid nark take care of the problem your self i allways had to beat up bullies cus other kids where to a afraid to stand up 4 them selfs really stupid and annoying to have to stand up for some1 that cant even do that 4 them self
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well maybe it is not only the bullies who need to change but also the way we react to them?
Like, we need to be taught how to be strong and stand up for ourselves.

like to the younger generations.
we should let them know that the world isnt all rainbows and butterflies.
well.. maybe it's just me.. but that's what I'll teach my kids anyway.
Posted 10/16/12

-hachimitsu wrote:

well maybe it is not only the bullies who need to change but also the way we react to them?
Like, we need to be taught how to be strong and stand up for ourselves.

like to the younger generations.
we should let them know that the world isnt all rainbows and butterflies.
well.. maybe it's just me.. but that's what I'll teach my kids anyway.


lol some1 actually agrees with me
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Posted 10/16/12
A sledge hammer to one of their heads.
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Posted 10/16/12

haikinka wrote:

A sledge hammer to one of their heads.


This^, that's sure to get them to stop.
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People need to grow up, no?
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Posted 10/17/12
lool. I keep forgetting that there are pre-teens and teenagers on this site. Bullying is defined as someone who consistently physically or mentally harasses you. I have never been a victim nor culprit of bullying but have known a few of them. Bullying can simply be stopped by standing up for yourself, which will let everyone know that you are not to be messed with; even if the chances of getting you're ass kicked are imminent. Most of the time, the victims of bullying are extremely insecure of themselves which in that case it is necessary to boost you're confidence by doing things that will make you feel good about you're self. Some great examples are learning how to play a (new) sport, exercising, weight-lifting, learning how to play an instrument, etc..anything that makes you feel good about yourself.
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The best way is to make it clear to the bullies, by example, that there are consequences for their actions. And come on saying "well the victim need to stand up for themselves", bullies usualy work in group and selldom alone... bravery in numbers, ya riiight.
But how to make it clear, to make sure there are consequences when we live in a world where teachers look the other way, random people make excuses AND the parents too said bullies either don´t give a rats ass or support the behaviour of their little demons? The answer is complex, but I would say it starts at home, the parents of said bullies need to take action and yes punish their child for the actions it has taken. I remember when I was a small child, my older sister ans some of her friends started bullying a girl in her class, my mother did not take kindly to that and the result was that my sister never bullied anyone again.
Now I know some think "but that poor bully, he has so terrible family conditions", sure some of the times this is right but to say it´s always right is just wrong. I have seen bullies with the worlds nicest parents and the worst, I have seen victims with the nicest parents and the worst. It simply goes both ways.
So before the next time someone makes the drunken father excuse for the bully think about this, what about the victim with a drunken father? Comming home after being beaten by bullies, just to get a good old beating from his father.

That might have been a bit to much rant, anyway /rantoff
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Posted 10/17/12

endotropic420 wrote:


-hachimitsu wrote:

well maybe it is not only the bullies who need to change but also the way we react to them?
Like, we need to be taught how to be strong and stand up for ourselves.

like to the younger generations.
we should let them know that the world isnt all rainbows and butterflies.
well.. maybe it's just me.. but that's what I'll teach my kids anyway.


lol some1 actually agrees with me


hahaha hive five! (^w^)/
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Posted 10/17/12 , edited 10/17/12
Bullying is just a mindset imo you get bullied because you let it happen.
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