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Synonyms for bullying

the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something

noisily domineering


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ISLAMABAD, Feb 18(Media)- Bullying at schools if not stopped when it is started cause long term damages to personalities of both the bully and the bullied children.
However, our most significant strategy in counter-acting bullying is through the embedding of the Approaches to Learning skills (ATLs) that are found at the heart of the IB programmes," according to Giles Pruett, deputy head of school at GEMS World Academy.
Apart from the descriptive statistics, the relationship between mindfulness and bullying behaviours was analyzed using Pearson correlation.
If a bullied child tells his parents about it, the parents must talk to the school and report the bullying.
Celine McStravick, Chair of Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF), explains the importance of Anti-Bullying Week: The interest from schools, youth groups and parents in this years Anti-Bullying Week shows how important the issue of bullying is in our society.
Bullying initiatives may take a targeted approach (focused on only the victims and bullies) or a whole school approach (focused on all students in the school).
3) Alarmingly, more than half of transgender students experience bullying and harassment at school.
There have been documented cases where a dental assistant bullied a hygienist (4) and where multiple workers inflicted their bullying behavior as a "clique.
Two standardised instruments were administered to assess the relationship between bullying and health problems.
More than 20 percent of children who have suffered bullying are prone to depression serious enough to require medical help by their late 20s, researchers from Finland said.
In October 2006, PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center organized a week of anti-bullying awareness and activities.
ATHIRD of children reported being bullied in the last 12 months, and as a new survey to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week (November 16-20) reveals more than a quarter of young people bullied in school say it impacts their mental health, and that they experience anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts, the Anti-Bullying Alliance is urging young people, parents and teachers to Make a Noise About Bullying.
RESTORATIVE LAUREN says that, in the past, there's been Seager-Smith, ordinator for Bullying Alliance a tendency to provide more services for victims of bullying than interventions with children who bully.
Show them how to block or unfriend people if the bullying is online and help them identify other friends or adults that can support them.