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Solutions to Bullying
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Bullies never understand anything but physical pain. I was bullied until 8th grade, where I went berserk on the fattest girl in my classroom (the one girl who bullied me the most). She didn't know I had been into martial arts for a bit, so she didn't expect me to punch her right in the face and gut after shoving her into the bottom of the classroom. My other classmates/bullies (I was in an all girls') tried to stop me, but they couldn't. They were a bunch of weaklings compared to me. Only our homeroom teacher (who was 6'0 and rather beefy) was able tos top me. I was almost expelled from school, but that made the others realize that just because I was the quietest and loneliest in the classroom it didn't mean I was their sandbag. I never fought again, but they were warned.

The only way bullies would understand things was the Bully Beatdown treatment: To receive a beating from someone stronger. Otherwise, I think bullies should actually get jail time.
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well i don't think we can stop bullying completly because some people enjoy to see other people in pain it just part of our human nature but we can minimize bullying if some person get bullied first he need to tell his parent and teachers they should take proper action well there is no permanent solution for bullying or you just ignore those damn bullies
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Slap them bitching bullies like hoes.
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take martial arts classes for self defense. if that fails find a bully who likes to bully bullies. (recommended martial arts is boxing since if its in school punching is what youre mostly gonna be doing since 7/10 nobody kicks)
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I don't know any ways to stop bullying, but I've taken so many smacks to the jaw I barely feel them.

I got bullied when I was really young like 5/6 then again at about 9. My sister took the initiative and showed me how to throw a punch ( ) and I just swung for gold. These days, I'm older, and I'm not so much bullied but I get a lot of shit. Though the practice of throwing a swing to solve your problems doesn't really help. So, I take it on the chin and just man up and go about my business.

Although, I have one rule, my bubble. Don't step into it, if you want to yell at me, you can do it from across the room or whatever. As soon as you step into that bubble, your coming for a fight, and with that, I just swing.
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CCMayhem wrote:

Bullying is just a mindset imo you get bullied because you let it happen.

P.S Then there is just idiotic people example Amanda Todd or w/e her name was i think the world is better off without her reproducing


She is not idiotic Im sure she felt like she had noone to go to no friends no family to help her I am sure her family would have helped her but when you are depressed it feels like you have noone around you that everyone is against you and when you get to that point where you cant take anymore she did what she saw was the only way out from the torment the pain and heartache she was enduring she commited suicide a sad end to yet another bullying case. But dont talk like that because by talking like you are you yourself are being a bully
Posted 10/17/12
bullying is a natural process of life.

:\ i don't think we can stop it.

but i also helps people grow up in a way.

a wake up call...like 'WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD BETCHES'

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From what I am reading all of you here have bullied someone at some point in your life yourselves with the way you are talking about beating up on the person who bullies you that retaliation is bullying what you do is ask them why they dont like you try and get their side of the story or go to a teacher principle or parent or their parent if you have to violence is never the answer to stopping bullying it just makes you as bad as them
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1-Give them a present or just tell them that jesus loves them.... either way they'll think you are extremely weird and they will leave you alone
2-Hit em in the nuts
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Jennifer_2011 wrote:

From what I am reading all of you here have bullied someone at some point in your life yourselves with the way you are talking about beating up on the person who bullies you that retaliation is bullying what you do is ask them why they dont like you try and get their side of the story or go to a teacher principle or parent or their parent if you have to violence is never the answer to stopping bullying it just makes you as bad as them


Well, something like this works in theory. Before I say what I say, I'm going to point out - I don't agree with bullying.

Do you really think it is that simple? People aren't so easy, I know people who would smack you for saying one thing to them. Some people are insane. You might be right, they may have a reason and whatever, but the fact is, they don't like you.

I'm glad I learned to stand up for myself;

In grade 9, the bell went and everyone was moving on to their next class. On the way to mine, some random guy walks into a group of people, smacks one fair in the face, laughs and walks off. How can you ask that guy "Why do you not like me?"/"Why do you hit me?" You'll just cop another one.

That go to the teacher or parents thing is bull. Teachers give detentions or suspensions;

Suspension; The kid is happy he gets to have a week off school, but gets in shit by his parents, in turn he is more angry with you. Gets back to school, smacks you again.

Detention; No lunch break, has to sit and do work. Instead spends the whole time stewing over how you put him there for ratting him out. Gets out, smacks you again.

Although it may not be the nicest solution, I think being able to stand up for yourself, being able to take that hit or give a few back, is what is going to help you in the long run. (At school)

In the adult world though, it's different, a lot more hectic, but bigger and more permanent consequences.
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Posted 10/17/12

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Jennifer_2011 wrote:

From what I am reading all of you here have bullied someone at some point in your life yourselves with the way you are talking about beating up on the person who bullies you that retaliation is bullying what you do is ask them why they dont like you try and get their side of the story or go to a teacher principle or parent or their parent if you have to violence is never the answer to stopping bullying it just makes you as bad as them


Well, something like this works in theory. Before I say what I say, I'm going to point out - I don't agree with bullying.

Do you really think it is that simple? People aren't so easy, I know people who would smack you for saying one thing to them. Some people are insane. You might be right, they may have a reason and whatever, but the fact is, they don't like you.

I'm glad I learned to stand up for myself;

In grade 9, the bell went and everyone was moving on to their next class. On the way to mine, some random guy walks into a group of people, smacks one fair in the face, laughs and walks off. How can you ask that guy "Why do you not like me?"/"Why do you hit me?" You'll just cop another one.

That go to the teacher or parents thing is bull. Teachers give detentions or suspensions;

Suspension; The kid is happy he gets to have a week off school, but gets in shit by his parents, in turn he is more angry with you. Gets back to school, smacks you again.

Detention; No lunch break, has to sit and do work. Instead spends the whole time stewing over how you put him there for ratting him out. Gets out, smacks you again.

Although it may not be the nicest solution, I think being able to stand up for yourself, being able to take that hit or give a few back, is what is going to help you in the long run. (At school)

In the adult world though, it's different, a lot more hectic, but bigger and more permanent consequences.

I was bullied through high school so I know what its like but I wouldnt hit the person for bullying me when they obviously had issues of their own and in their anger felt they had to take it out on someone I ignored them or told them that I dont care what they do to me because I was the bigger person back then and wasnt going to get my self in trouble for retaliating at a bully when that would make me just as bad as they are
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Jennifer_2011 wrote:


I was bullied through high school so I know what its like but I wouldnt hit the person for bullying me when they obviously had issues of their own and in their anger felt they had to take it out on someone I ignored them or told them that I dont care what they do to me because I was the bigger person back then and wasnt going to get my self in trouble for retaliating at a bully when that would make me just as bad as they are

So you deserved to be bullied? You deserved to be attacked physically or mentally by someone? I understand you could be the bigger person, and I respect you for it, but I don't think that is right. Who gives a flying rats ass what the idiot gets at home, you didn't make their problems, you didn't have anything to do with their crap.

Everyone has problems, everyone is angry at something, that gives you no right to attack someone else. And if you're going to do it, to relieve some stress, then I think the person you are taking your stress out on should clock you a good one. (Not you, just in general.)
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Bullying is what 40% of all internet posts are.
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Suicide, the ultimate solution.
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Kill the bully.
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