By Jessica Pegis
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Recently, many adults have begun to see bullying as a major problem for kids. One way to prevent bullying is with an anti-bullying program at your school or in your community. If there is no program, start one with your principal or another adult. Anti-bullying programs work best when everyone is involved, especially students. It seems like I always get bullied in the hallway when nobody is there to help. What can I do? A: The first thing you should do is tell a trusted adult. Ask another student to walk with you to class or to recess.
Hutchinson became so upset that he left the school and quit teaching. What happens when bullies grow up? It’s simple. They generally become adult bullies. These individuals have poor relationships because of their need for power and control. When they were young, they did not learn the importance of empathy and respect. As a result, they entered adulthood with little chance of having warm, respectful relationships. Dan Olweus, who created the Bullying Circle, looked at what happened to bullies when they got older.
If you are unsure about speaking to the bully, try to avoid places where he or she is going to be. Ask a friend to walk to school with you, or join a group of students at recess. 35 Report the Bully Whether you speak to a bully or not, you should report the bullying. Talk to a family member, teacher, principal, or guidance counselor. When you report bullying, be as specific as possible. Being specific means giving details that will help the other person understand. If you do not want to report the bully in person, you can file a bully report.
Bullying by Jessica Pegis