Bullying: A Little too Far? Essay

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For decades bullying has been nothing more than what the average child experience it was almost just a part of growing up. Starting from the elementary school playground next the middle school locker room and finally high school hall ways. Society has only pushed it to the side as a minor problem, prompting kids to face their bully forcing the bully to say sorry and forcing victims to accept the apology with the given of options A. be friends or B. stay away. Unfortunately this 21st century “bullying” has undoubtedly transformed its self into its own monster. Due to more ways of communication and self-freedom kids have these days it seem society has walked itself into something bigger then “minor” bullying.
Furthermore, there have been
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For decades bullying has been nothing more than what the average child experience it was almost just a part of growing up. Starting from the elementary school playground next the middle school locker room and finally high school hall ways. Society has only pushed it to the side as a minor problem, prompting kids to face their bully forcing the bully to say sorry and forcing victims to accept the apology with the given of options A. be friends or B. stay away. Unfortunately this 21st century “bullying” has undoubtedly transformed its self into its own monster. Due to more ways of communication and self-freedom kids have these days it seem society has walked itself into something bigger then “minor” bullying.
Furthermore, there have been multiple cases of Suicide stemming from the act of being picked on and humiliated by peers. In an article by Kearen N. Peart; “Researchers at Yale School of Medicine [1] have found signs of an apparent connection between bullying, being bullied and suicide in children…” [1] In the article there’s also a mention that “…According to international studies, bullying is common and affects anywhere from 9 percent to 54 percent of children.”[1]
In addition , bully; Syllabification: bul•ly is defined as: A person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker [2].the act of bullying can be done in a magnitude of ways anything that involves constant harassment or unwanted attention ranging from one person or a group of people is

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