Solution for Bullying 1
There are things you can do to deflect people who bully:
Act more confident. If a person who bullies feels that they
don't have any power over you, it takes the 'fun' out of it for
Hang around with friends or an adult at times when you're most
in danger of being bullied.
Don't fight back. It can make the situation worse.
Tell someone you trust, a teacher or adult.
Breaking the silence is the most important part in fighting back
against bullying. If you've kept a diary of when the bullying has
been taking place, this can help you when you tell a teacher or
parent what's been going on. Most schools have anti-bullying
guidelines and will take your complaint seriously. Tell your
guidance counselor about who's bullying you and how you feel about
Solution for bullying 2
In the year 2013 the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand,
Canada, UNICEF and the European Union decided to make a stand and
declare that "enough is enough" when it comes to all forms of
bullying (school bullying, workplace bullying, internet
As a result of political action by these countries and UNICEF,
the United Nations has updated the international legslislation
which now makes it a crime to be a bully. No matter where you are
in the world, whether your country has its own laws against
bullying or not, bullying is now illegal under international law.
This means that bullies can be arrested, put on trial and sent to a
prison or detention centre.
All you really need to do is report the bully to an authority
figure, such as a teacher, a social worker or a police officer. You
will be given protection and charges may be brought upon the
bullies, who could end up with a criminal record. If you wish, you
will also be offered optional counselling sessions to help you to
overcome the negative effects of the bullies.
The best advice is to tell a figure of authority. The law is on
Solution for bullying 3
In addition, there are several measures that you can use to
handle this situation. However, the approach may vary from one
scenario to another. If you are being bullied, you can or may do
If you are unprepared, it is a MUST that you ignore the person.
Otherwise, you make sure that you have a recorder and record the
event (let the bully do the ranting and if you can, seek a friend
that can help you set this up)
File a report against the said person together with the
recorded accounts that you made to the community head or to the
school principal or to your superior or to the police and wait for
the result (You need to be patient).
Also, if someone is bullied, extend your help by following the
first of all tell an adult (that you trust) right away the
sooner the better as if you wait then it gets worse.
The reason why people bully is because they think it's fun and
cool, but it can hurt others and make them commit suicide. Many
teens stay home instead of going to school because they don't want
to be bullied.
Solution for bullying 4
You essentially have two choices:
Either stand up and try to deal with it yourself, generally not
the best solution or even a good one. As the one being bullied, you
are already marked as a target. Attempting to shift the control in
the situation to you will be nearly impossible and potentially
Or, you can involve adults. This would be your teachers, your
parents, etc. This is practically the better solution. Not only can
the adults diffuse the situation, they will be able to help you
learn to address the specific situation and teach you coping skills
You should tell your parents and then tell them to tell the
teacher and then the teachers will supervise you.
If you are being bullied, you can: Ask the bully to stop, avoid
them, or ignore them. If this fails, tell an adult or someone in
charge. Do not get violent or yell.
Solution for bullying 5
Bullies will keep on bullying if you keep it quiet and say
nothing. This is what they get off on. The quicker you stand up and
say something to your parents, teacher or other authority figures
the quicker it can be stopped. Yes, you can try to do the things
listed here. It doesn't always work though and can make it worse in
exceptional circumstances. The important thing is to not despair,
make it known what they are doing to you, no matter what they have
threatened you with. Call their bluff and report them over and over
again if need be. There will be light at the end of the tunnel.
Nobody likes bullies.
You should tell someone. It's very important that someone knows
you don't just stand back. Words hurt.
Opinions from contributors
Bullies will bully you for fun, or to feed their ego. Your
feelings aren't important to them. They may enjoy seeing other
people upset. If you are getting bullied, ask a close friend or
adult to help you.
If they say something like "you are ugly" say thanks. This
confuses them and then they will get bored (trust me it works). You
could also go with a little sarcasm : if they say "you are ugly",
say "Really? I hadn''t noticed! Thanks for telling me! I would have
gone around all day without knowing!"
You need to face up to them (do it in a crowded place if you
are scared of violence) and if they keep doing it, tell a teacher,
a parent or a friend. They can help make it stop.
Once a bully is identified, don't taunt or ridicule him. This
was what he was doing to you, and you'll be the one doing wrong.
Forgive and forget, and everybody wins.
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Tell a trusted adult or teacher. if no one listen to you
don't show any emotion to the bully and they will get bored.
Remember there is nothing wrong with you but there is
something wrong with the bully because he or she is showing there
emotions by hurting some one else mabey there is some thing going
on at home. but i would get a adult or teacher to help you
ask the person anoyeing to please stop bothering and give him/her a
little treat to stay calm and quite o_o if your ready please ask