The Ban of Ethan Klein on Social Media
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What is the difference between bullying and harassment?
A bully is someone who is cruel or domineering to others. Bullying’s primary goal is to make the target feel humiliated. Bullies are typically bigger or, in some respects, stronger. Furthermore, the bully harasses people who are weaker. It’s also important to remember that bullying isn’t simply about physical aggression. While many people associate bullying with physical injury and risk, this is not the only sort of harassment that exists. Harassment is defined as persistently bothering someone to the extent where their bodily and mental well-being is jeopardized. Bullying harassment is motivated by intimidation and a desire to be in charge.
In recent years, it has also been easy to carry out bullying emotionally, vocally, or online. This means the abuser never touched the victims, but these forms of bullying, which do not include physical contact, are just as deadly. While it is true that physical wounds from bullying heal rapidly, emotional stress acquired during bullying tends to last longer. As a result, bullying that is emotional, verbal, or electronic can be fatal.
Bullying was created with the sole intent of terrifying and intimidating the victim. It could begin with casually saying derogatory things to coworkers, pitting friends against one another, or even bullying someone electronically through SMS or harmful emails. These are all forms of bullying, and they can all stigmatize the victim and harm their mental health. Bullying is built on a narcissistic attitude, which holds that we can only rise by putting others down. This is a risky path to tread because it can lead to victims’ sadness, anti-social behavior, and even substance abuse.
Managing Bullying and Harassment
Bullying can be a frightening experience to deal with, but there are effective ways to deal with it. Because bullies like to target people who appear to be weak, there are a few things you may do to avoid being bullied:
• Make eye contact with the bully – this communicates that you are not intimidated and can effectively talk for yourself.
• Stay in public locations; avoid secluded areas, particularly those with no authority officials.
• Build a support system – bullies are less likely to target someone who has friends to defend them. As a result, make acquaintances with whom you may go for walks and share experiences.
• Resist the bully’s demands—sometimes it’s simpler to flee than to stay and be humiliated by a bully.
• Notify an authority figure about any bullying incidents. It is critical to notify an authority figure when you are being bullied. They’ll be able to keep a close check on the victim this way.
Parents have a role to play as well. Listen to your child, don’t pass judgment, and give them strategies to avoid becoming a target. If the youngster has already been identified as a target, notify the instructors or approach the bully’s parents for a more definitive resolution.
Finally, working with teachers and other parents to demonstrate that bullying will not be accepted is always the best option. This can be a terrific solution, but it will need everyone’s effort to put an end to bullying.