Bullying Is An Emotionally Draining Issue Prominent Across The World Today

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Richard McDonough
Mrs. Bishop
Senior English
18 January 2017

Rough Draft Bullying is an emotionally draining issue prominent across the world today. Bullying is unacceptable, and there are many, if not several movements in an effort to end bullying once and for all. Throughout the course of this essay, I am going to discuss the issue of bullying, and formulate an argument towards the issue at hand. In this argument, I will show my support in the fight against bullying. A lot of things have changed throughout the course of time; however, it is still prominent throughout the world today. Bullying is inhumane, and needs to end; what do you think? Do you think the fights against bullying are effective? Do you all think that
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People do not need to be afraid to intervene in the situation. If perhaps, more people would stand up to the bully for the bullied, bullying could end before it even starts. This is played out due to the numbers game in which friends and even total strangers could force a bully to give up and leave the scene. Is bullying getting worse? It solely depends on the situation at hand. Cameron Conaway, an MMA fighter turned poet and writer explores just what he believes is causing bullying to become worse. Within his article, he gives five valid reasons that he believes is causing bullying to become worse as time elapses. First, Conaway discusses technology can contribute to an increase in bullying. Next Conaway states that the lack of physical education can be a point that can cause bullying. Parents need to regulate just how much junk food their children are exposed to on a daily basis. So if the children have the "Life sucked out of them;" then this creates a "Breeding ground" for bullying. Children need to learn how others feel about their actions, and if they realize what emotional play it causes on a peer; then bullying will possibly cease. Conaway states, "These days, parents simply cannot pop out a kid and expect to learn everything on the fly. There are some tools like creating teachable moments, talking about difficult issues, handling inter/intra personal stressors, etc., that could significantly help how
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