I defined the meaning of the “Bully(ing)” now let us move to little deeper by illustrating different types of Bully(ing) that exists.
I will list the types of Bully(ing) and then define/discuss each in depth.
- Physical Bullying
- Verbal Bullying
- Emotional Bullying
One would believe as we have stepped in 2015, people would be educated, acknowledged, & most of all open minded, so how come that is not the case? How come there is so much hate or bigotry? Are we humans have no common sense any more, that we want to be right, regardless of right vs wrong?
Yesterday, I heard 3 young adults in the state of North Carolina, were killed execution style, just because of their religion/beliefs.
Who has any right to bully, criticize, or judge other people on their looks, background, and/or beliefs?
Please take a moment and let’s be united. #AlllivesMatter
Ok before we begin, let’s back track for a minute and define what does “Bullying” actually mean, since we have been bombarded with social medias, schools, media, and etc throwing the word, “Bullying” at us like crazy.
Bully(ing) is defined as:
“Use of superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.”
Say No On Bullying (SNOB)
Thank you for taking time from your busy schedule to stop at SNOB (Say No On Bullying) Blog.
My name is RK and I would like to share my perspective and experience of what it means to be a “minority” in this global world and society.
I hope that you will help me through my journey called “Life” and I hope in return to help you as well.
Many of us struggle on daily basis in life, that sometimes it’s too much that we want to put a stop or feel numb in life.
After a while, the stress is too much to handle and to add bullying in life, doesn’t help or do justice, instead it gives us another reason to put a stop or feel numb in life😞.
I hope by writing down I can stay positive!!