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whats the worst kind of bullying?
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Iv never been bullied myself so i wanted to know


I have not been personally bullied but i had to help some kid in my class in middle school who was being bullied


Everyone in my class teased him about being gay cause his voice was not very masculine but i friended him so he would not feel so down.
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I don't think there's a 'better' or 'worse', just 'things that shouldn't happen'.

If you want a more concrete answer though, physical bullying likely comes with mental/social bullying as well. So, it's safe to assume that physical bullying is the worst, solely by the fact that it has all the other types fixed into it by definition.
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Exclusion.

I speak from experience when I say that being treated as if you aren't there is psychologically scarring.
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Schmeh172 wrote:

Exclusion.

I speak from experience when I say that being treated as if you aren't there is psychologically scarring.


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Lowlights wrote:


Schmeh172 wrote:

Exclusion.

I speak from experience when I say that being treated as if you aren't there is psychologically scarring.


This


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From one end of the spectrum, I bring up the hypocritical kind; when your dealing with supposedly "anti-bullying" people who viciously attack so-called "bullies" who may have done something as small as stealing another kid's carton of milk. Fortunately, the more extreme ones tend to only reveal their true sociopathic colors (or are just b*llsh*ting) on the Internet, because I've seen folks bring up hard-core torture, murder, rape, concentration camps, wishing death/various other horrors upon the families of "bullies," etc. as "solutions."

I find it difficult to compare extreme versions of bullying types, so I'm going with blends of multiple types being the "worst," though not necessarily by only one group or person.
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Schmeh172 wrote:

Exclusion.

I speak from experience when I say that being treated as if you aren't there is psychologically scarring.


I would have to agree. it really is scarring and makes you feel unwanted. Even sometimes to the point of wanting to off yourself. It's too sad.
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being treated like you aren't there or a whole group talking bad about you when you can hear it. Or in my school some kids found out I loved cats so they would talk about how they killed cats around me and that really hurt.
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multi-ethnic beat down
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pressured to commit [petty] crime
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Bullying was never a huge, huge problem in my school. The worst I saw was the occasional belittling or fun-poking, which is nothing compared to what some schools deal with.

Any kind of bullying is bad. Saying one kind is "worst" than another is kind of demeaning to anyone who's actually experienced it. I say the bullying at my school wasn't as severe as in others, and while that is kind of true, I'm sure the kids who were subjected to bullying in my school, in whatever way, would be inclined to disagree.

That being said, what I was most afraid of in public school was peer pressure. I was so gullible in middle school. I'd do pretty much anything that anyone asked, which often led to embarrassing situations for me. I feel that I could have taken physical bullying better than the peer pressure because I knew how to deal with physical assaults, and fights are usually over pretty quickly. I could also handle being excluded pretty well (trust me, I have experienced exclusion) because then it's just people ignoring you. I didn't mind that nearly as much as people tricking me or verbally attacking me behind my back.
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I used to be bullied a lot when I was younger. But when I was in the 6th grade my dad somehow found out about it and told me that I should take revenge on the bullies. At that age I didn't really know (understand) where the limits were on how far I should go, so what happened was that I took a cylinder shaped metal object from the ground that I found outside the school and smashed it into one of the bullies head leading to the bully being sent to a hospital... This is something that I regret doing, because now I know that there could've been a peaceful fix to the problem. Also, my dad could've done something to support me instead of just encouraging me to take revenge on them be saying "take revenge on them"!

On the good side I wasn't ever bullied again, but it wasn't good and all because people stopped talking to me and such... I guess people got scared of me instead and chose to keep a disstance from me.

Also, I lost contact whit my father after all of this happened.
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When the bully orders you to bully someone else on his/her behalf.
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All bullying is bad.

What I personally find the worst kind is bullying someone because of their race (and this comes from ALL races), and the silent/ignore treatment - being treated as if you do not exist.

Physical abuse is painful, but the two I mentioned leave a different kind of scar.

After all, bullying leaves bruises on the heart.
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SoldierSangria wrote:

All bullying is bad.

What I personally find the worst kind is bullying someone because of their race (and this comes from ALL races), and the silent/ignore treatment - being treated as if you do not exist.

Physical abuse is painful, but the two I mentioned leave a different kind of scar.

After all, bullying leaves bruises on the heart.


^ this. QFT.

I was never bullied in school, but my group and I usually befriend the bullied and do what we could to stop them.
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