Bullying
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  • It is important to understand that bullying has been going on for a long time but over recent years, it has increased to the extent that there are organizations that have been formed just for the purpose of putting an end to the bullying that many children and teens are experiencing on a regular basis.. As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who find it quite hard to manage time, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://safekidzone.com/eMail/RelentlessProtection/
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  • 1. 1. AVOID 2. BODY LANGUAGE 3. VERBAL 4. YELL! 5. TELL AN ADULT
  • 2. you bullies 1. Walk to school earlier or later 2. Don’t be alone at all times 3. Avoid areas where bullies are 4. Don’t put yourself in situations where you could get bullied
  • 3. Self confident Not self confident Walk with confidence when walking Hold your head up, keep shoulders back, and smile! Don’t slouch, look at the ground or your feet when walking. It gives the impression that you’re unsure about yourself.
  • 4. Verbal “Gum in my hair” by Twister Scholar, http:///www.twistedscholar.com used by permission
  • 5. 1. Don’t be afraid to make a scene. 2. If you feel threatened or scared for your life, YELL! 3. Yell at them to leave you alone or to stop. 4. Yelling makes you feel powerful and in control.
  • 6. Teachers can call a meeting to help make the bullying stop. They can be a good outlet for the fears and anger that can build up. And remember telling isn’t snitching!
  • 7. 1. Who bullied you and who saw it happen. 2. What happened to you and what you did. 3. When does it happen and how often. 4. Where does it happen.
  • 8. Talk the talk (stand your ground) 1. Tell what behavior you don’t like. 2. Tell how the behavior makes you feel. 3. Tell what behavior you want. 4. Tell what will happen if you can’t work things out.
  • 9. DON’T FIGHT BACK! This is the response the bully wants from you. Stay calm! They want to know that they’re in control of your emotions If you can’t walk away, use humor- it throws them off
  • 10. How bad is it really? 1 5 10 Not important End of the world • Imagine your actions • Ask yourself • Talk yourself out of it • Use the scale to put it in perspective • Remember YOU’RE in control • No negative self talk
  • 11. What can you do if you are being bullied? 1. Remember it will end 2. Don’t fight back or get mad 3. Hang out with friends 4. Check the way you act 5. Look around school
  • 12. • Stop bullying games • Bullying quiz • Facts on bullying 1. Over 5.7 million kids are either involved in bullying as either a bully, a target of bullying, or of both in the U.S. 2. Males are most likely to slap, punch, or push when bullying. Females are most likely to spread gossip or encourage others to exclude another girl. 3. Bullying isn’t normal and isn’t part of growing up.
  • 13. 1. What should you never do if you are getting bullied? 2. How should you look when walking ? 3. True or false: using humor is a way to respond to bullies? 4. What does #10 on the badness scale mean? 5. What are the 4 things to tell the person bullying you?