Bullying And Its Effect On Children

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Introduction Bullying is a kind of abuse that is acted to hurt someone , either emotionally or physically. In early age , children repeat some actions again and again intentionally to hurt someone and irritate other people through those actions or hit someone again and again for the same purpose. In fact , that is bullying [Tom McIntyre (Dr Mac ) and Alexis Franks (N. D. )] . In 3-4 year olds, bullying is considered intentional. There are three to four kinds of bullying into early age and we can identify the signs of bullying (especially parents ), reasons of the identified signs can also be searched out by parents, and there are some steps through which we can over-come bullying because if parents don 't stop bullying into early age of their children, bullying will increase with growth of that child [Kim Storey, Ron Slaby (2013 )] . There are too many problems of bullying, such as stereotyping, which is one of the major issue that will occur if parents don 't control their children in early childhood. Children can also grow to hate some relations when they grow up and always see negativity in those relations. For example, a child in his early childhood, whose name is Chris, hits his cousin Rena and bites on her arms because she plays with his toys. Chris may carry this hate from now till the time he grows up and by then he will only see negativity in Rena and would hate her forever. That is if his parents don 't change his perception of Rena while he 's still in the early

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