Imbalance of Power Intent to Cause Harm Repetition
People who bully have power over those they bully.
Verbal Social Physical Cyberbullying Cyberbullying
People who bully are insecure and have low self-esteem.
Sending hurtful, rude, or mean text messages to others Spreading rumors or lies about others by e-mail or on social networks Creating websites, videos or social media profiles that embarrass, humiliate, or make fun of others DELETE DIGITAL DRAMA!!!
Your Feelings are Important Do not blame yourself. Be proud of who you are. Do not be afraid to get help.
Bullying often resolves itself when you ignore it.
Tell them to stop. Walk away. Protect yourself. Tell an adult you trust. Find a safe place. Stick together. Find opportunities to make new friends.
Reporting bullying will make the situation worse.
Tell your parent or guardian about the situation and share your feelings Your school counselor is an excellent resource to discuss the bullying situation and your options Once you’ve brought the bullying situation to the attention of a trusted adult, act on some of the suggestions. Should the bullying situation continue or become unacceptable “REPORT IT” !
› STEP 1: Report it to your principal › STEP 2: Inform your parents or guardian about the report. Communication is key › STEP 3: Share any fears of retaliation with the principal or our SRO
› Step 4: you may choose to report the bullying anonymously at : http://DHS.CaresAbout.Us http://DHS.CaresAbout.Us › Step 5: Remember YOU can be the Change and report bullying on behalf of a friend BE THE CHANGE… THE POWER OF ONE!
Nothing can be done at schools to reduce bullying.
Take a Step Back Put yourself in their shoes. If it seems like you are hurting them, stop. Ask them how they feel. Do not let your friends bully others.