Physical Bullying and Other Bullying

Physical Bullying and Other Bullying

Different kinds of Bullying



Physical bullying is the most evident type of bullying. This kind of bullying is generally common between males however,females can also be victims as well as Bullys in this sort of bullying. Physical bullying typically includes physical discomfort from the Bully to the bully victim. There is an imbalance over the physical strength between the Bully and the victim. This can be because of the body development, height, perhaps social status or physical features. Some examples of physical bullying include:
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  • Hitting

  • Slapping

  • Choking

  • Tripping

  • Spitting

  • Pressing

  • Kicking

  • Biting

  • taking prized possessions

  • cash

  • Individual possessions
  • Jewelry

  • Books

Psychological bullying– This is the “more peaceful” kind of bullying. This type of bullying affects the feelings of the one being bullied. Some victims feel:
  • Agony
  • Stress
  • Anxiety that triggers depression
  • Low self-worth
  • Depression
  • Suicidal
  • Name calling
  • spreading out of bad reports
  • Psychological rejection (exemption of the one bullied) from gatherings,celebrations
  • Making fun of a person’s handicaps
  • Others


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Verbal bullying typically makes use of demeaning, derogatory, and embarrassing languages. Bullys who make use of spoken strategies significantly annoy others, by slamming the sufferer with bad-mouthing and sarcasm. Some Bullys use language to gain power over their victims. Use of nasty and off-color language, intentionally offering unfavorable remarks, spoken harassment are simply amongst the example of this sort of bullying.

Cyber bullying involves the use of electronic devices such as cellular phones, the internet, computers, and tablets or any other mediums associated with the internet to damage other individuals in a purposeful, duplicated, and hostile way. Cyber bullying can be really hazardous and can trigger severe damage. Cyber bullying cannot physically harm but, it can leave somebody extremely upset, susceptible, separated and distressed and even suicidal.
A few examples of cyber bullying – the spreading of painful messages through the internet include
  • Hate electronic mail
  • Social media attacks
  • Mobile phones texting
  • Publishing of pictures online
  • Attacking a person’s reputation
  • Spreading rumors

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These are some of the types of bullying that occurs on a day to day basis if you know of any more feel free to write them in the comment box below. As always your thoughts, comments, and suggestions are always welcome so feel free to submit them through the comment boxes.



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