Imagine being a normal kid just coming out of class to grab your lunch.
When all of a sudden, a kid you fear because of masculine strength comes up to you and says, “Got anything good? Hand it over. Oh, and don’t even think about telling the teacher? Got it?” You nod your head out of fear and give him your lunch. “Good.” ‘Well,’ you think, ‘there goes my lunch.’
For the rest of the day you feel scared and aren’t able to concentrate. If you tell the teacher, he’ll torture you more. If you don’t tell the teacher, he’ll still torture you. What should you do? This is just one of the many examples of bullying. Bullying is superior strength to influence or to intimidate someone to do what you ...view middle of the document...
The child will not be able to focus on school work. Bullying can cause a huge issue in a child’s daily life.
Bullying can cause a huge issue both inside and outside of school—rumors being spread and school’s self-respect diminishing if the public finds out. In the article, “The Bullied Teenager Left Goodbye Message, Mother Says,” on the BBC website, it’s an article about how a child committed suicide because of bullying. In the article, it states, “The mother of a teenage boy who has died in hospital after leaving a goodbye message has said her son could not cope with bullying.” It also states that,” Julie Brooks said her son had suffered bullying at both his current and former school.” (BBC News). Simon Brooks, the bullied child who committed suicide because he couldn’t cope with the bullying anymore. The schools he went to were also mentioned in the article and they told BBC that they were surprised that he committed suicide. Yet could have not done something to help Simon Brooks?
Kids who bully others are affected in many ways, not only in future life, but present day life as well. As stated by Editor Arcy Lyness, “It’s estimated that 1 out of 4 elementary-school bullies will have a criminal record by the time they are 30.” (Ed. Arcy Lyness). Also, as stated in the article “Effects of Bullying,” “Kids who bully are more likely to abuse alcohol and other drugs, get into fights, vandalize property, have convictions, and be abusive towards their romantic partners, spouses, or children as adults.” (“Effects of Bullying”-Home). Bullies will experience problems as they grow up and will not be very happy. They will never be able to concentrate on anything and will get angry. The guilt that they hurt someone physically or mentally will stay with them forever. They will never be able to concentrate on anything and will get angry. In order to “cure” that anger, they will do almost anything, anything to get rid of that guilt inside of them. Bullies’ lives and bullied kids’ lives will be changed forever if we can stop bullying.
You decide to go tell the teacher. The bully doesn’t even dare to look at you after the teacher talked to him. (Well, of course everyone found out and his reputation was ruined)! You feel better and...