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Bullying is a problem that has been going in all societies for years There is always that one person out there who will badger someone and there are always victims who will be tormented by bullying Have you ever wondered why some people bully How victims suffer There are many psychological problems associated with bullying for the bully the victim and the bystander There are many psychological theories as to why a person may bully Some of these theories involve family problems social problems and confidence problems For example did you know someone may bully simply because of lack of understanding Thats right Someone may bully just because they dont understand that it hurts the victim A big psychological reason for bullying is that the bully wants power Now why does someone need to bully for that you may ask The answer is simple They either have insecurities themselves or they want to look cool in front of everyone else Someone who is a victim of bullying may suffer from many psycho- logical effects These psychological problems may range from lowered self esteem to utter depression to suicide One way to prevent lowered self esteem is to know that what the bully is saying is not true Bullies harass simply because you are there Never believe what they say and try to think positive not negative You might say Well suicide doesnt happen that often right It actually happens a lot more than you think it does Did you know suicide is the leading cause of death among 13 year olds Although their problems may not be as severe a bystander may also suffer psychologically from bullying especially if the victim is severely harmed A bystander may suffer psychologically from bullying because they may feel guilty
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