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How to Identify Bullies and Their Victims
How to identify bullies and their victims
How to Identify Bullies

Most bullies are aggressive and want to be in charge. They tend to lack empathy and a sense of guilt. Bullies engage in a wide range of emotional or aggressive behaviors that range from mild, such as pushing or shoving another child, to severe, such as threatening someone with a weapon. However, it is more than just physical aggression. They also engage in acts of social alienation, such as gossiping to maliciously excluding someone from the group. Bullies are also verbally aggressive and may engage in name-calling and taunting as well as threats of violence. Finally, bullies may attempt to intimidate and humiliate others using social media and cyberbullying. ...

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