What is bullying?
Bullying is the consistent ill-treatment of a child by another child or
children. It can occur in various forms:
- Persistent teasing
- Name calling or threats
- Hitting or punching
- Money taking
- Stealing or hiding of possessions.
Bullying should be stopped as soon as is possible. Unstopped childhood
bullies go on to spoil lives in adulthood. Bullying is seen in the workplace,
Armed Services, Marriages, in fact anywhere where two or more people join
together bullying may be found.
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