bully


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one who is habitually cruel to smaller or weaker people

to domineer or drive into compliance by the use of as threats or force, for example

Synonyms for bully

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Bully Zero Australia Foundation's 24-hour bullying hotline provides a vital service for people of all ages affected by bullying, and the Napthine Government is proud to be supporting it with this $50,000 grant as part of our flagship Bully Stoppers initiative," Mr Dixon said.
She said psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety disorder and narcissistic disorder can cause the child to bully.
McMahon explained that bullying has three components: the bully, the victim and the bystander.
If you feel threatened, try to have someone with you when you meet the bully until the matter is resolved.
Twelve-year-old John Kelly says he was a bully in grade four.
Throughout the month, Magellan and The Jed Foundation will share information about bullying from the perspective of the victim, the bully, parents and bystanders.
Minister for Education Martin Dixon joined with Bully Stoppers expert Robyn Treyvaud and two time Paralympic swimmer Sam Bramham OAM this week at Thornbury High School to announce a further third round of Bully Stoppers school grants worth $450,000.
Combining this data with her own experiences and cutting edge coaching practices, she empowers individuals to become bully free.
Chapters provide insights on bullying and victim alike, allowing kids to identify whether they are a verbal bully or not.
Through a generous grant from our sponsor, DCU Center for Kids, the conference will also focus on the national documentary "The Bully Project," a film directed by Lee Hirsh, who visited Worcester in October and spoke about this moving and emotional film that followed five kids and families during the school year.
A workplace bully isn't just a demanding boss or an aggressive colleague.
Repeated--a bully often targets the same victim again and again
What's the use of stopping school bullying when your sports people bully, or your politicians are bullying," News.