Cause And Effects On Bullying

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¨American schools harbor approximately 2.1 million bullies and 2.7 million of their victims (Bullying Statistics).” Bullying is an aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power of disparity. Face to face bullying, and cyberbullying doesn't only affect the victim and the bully, but it also affects each of their families and friends. There are thousands effects of bullying, but the most influential outcomes are school shootings, suicide, and psychological issues. Bullying isn't just a part of being a kid, it is a part of life. Sometimes bullying just goes to far and pushes the victim(s) over the edge. When these teens are bullied they often are left with a feeling of weakness and feeling alone. Then they try to regain all of their power by seeking fury to unleash upon the teenagers who bullied them until they snapped. These teens are more than likely to bring a weapon to school than other students, and they are more than likely to feel a sense of power over themselves while everybody else runs for their life. Such as Dylan Klebold, and Eric Harris of Columbine High School. Klebold and Harris planned their shooting for a year and were extremely influenced by the Oklahoma City Bombing. They wired their own cars with bombs; they brought propane bombs into the cafeteria, and they also had automatic weapons and shotguns to kill any survivors of the bombs. Their original plans were to wipe out about six hundred students with the bombs, then

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