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Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior involving a

real or perceived power imbalance. The intimidating

behavior is often repeated over time and is harmful.

Bullying includes actions such as making threats,

spreading rumors, verbal and physical attacks, and

excluding someone from a group on purpose, especially

if they are perceived as weak or have a different

viewpoint than their peer group and disagree.


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I believe bullying is an worldwide epidemic. A lot of

people attack and slander others for no reason. It’s

childish and unkind. Kids often bully since they learn it

from their parents, guardians or peer group. Many are

scared to speak up to avoid further attacks and harm.

Some people who are constantly bullied are suicidal.

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More free help and education is needed to teach

children, teens and adults who bully and are bullied. It

is harmful and can even be deadly in some cases. My

friends, family and I have experienced this and I’ve had

enough. If you are being bullied, speak up and

seek help. Please feel free to share your stories.

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Link to the American Psychological Association:




M.G. Wells is an author, artist, playwright and screenwriter. Encouraged and supported by her colorful grandparents at an early age for her numerous artistic talents, M.G. strives to create a diverse body of work to entertain and inspire. Fun stuff too. Enjoy. http://amazon.com/author/mgwells https://twitter.com/MG_WELLS http://www.shelfari.com/MGWELLS http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4492558.M_G_Wells
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  1. I’m so glad to rea this MG. There should be NO TOLERANCE for bullying. It has to stop. My friend teacher is very diligent in her classroom, no bullying is ever ever allowed, but it goes on and threatens the self esteem and even the lives of some of these innocent kids that are victimized. This must be addressed at the base root…the home, the parents. We need stiffer penalty, right now the bully may be sat aside to read for a couple of hours. That’s not punishment, they get out of class, that is their reward. You can tell I feel so strongly about this issue! It breaks my heart.

    • MG WELLS says:

      Yes, and I agree. This is serious business and we need to find a way to deal with this without violence. Thanks so much for sharing. Best wishes to you.

  2. Short, to the point, and powerful! Far too many people live in fear. It needs to end now, not later.

  3. milliethom says:

    An interesting post. Most schools in the UK do have a zero tolerance to bullying policy, but it’s still difficult to stamp this awful behaviour out. It goes on in places where it can’t be seen and often to and from school. As you say, some kids learn such behaviour at home and thing it’s OK to use the same tactics – usually on kids they see as weak or different in some way. Bullying goes on in older people, too, as you point out. Bullies make people’s lives a misery but how to stop it is never going to be easy.

  4. A great post and enough is enough. However until we get to understand it and give the bullies love, attention and words of truth, we only continue to fan the flame by our resistance. A bully lacks love and support from his ‘unconscious’ family AND somewhere along the line after being told they’re bad, useless, not good enough they perceive themselves as bad, useless and not good enough and act this out. IAM very keen on promoting conscious parenting and teaching… How essential it is to instill in our children; who we are responsible to care for and nurture in there early years before living there own adventure… of their unique and powerfully creative beingness. Nobody is a victim unless they think they are lacking goodness and power… which all are given as a birthright… Thanks for engaging my passion x love barbara

  5. Hello my name isVermell and that was very empowering. I have been a bulling advocate for years out here fighting for our youth. I was bullied when I was young and it was a very traumatic experience. It inspired me to be a Anti Bullying Advocate because I never wanted anyone to go threw what I went threw. I recently written a book called Perfectly Imperfect that’s available on Amazon and kindle. It’s an empowering story about a young girl who was bullied and raped. She battled bullima and depression and suicide. I am hoping that this book helps people that is struggling with this sinceless act of violence

  6. Grace Walker says:

    This blog post is fantastic!! I have only just seen it as I am new to WordPress so I am still figuring it out!! I love this post and I am thinking of writing a post on bullying as it is something I have experienced!! x

  7. cheriewhite says:

    MG, this is a great article! No one should be bullied, ever! I say this because I was horribly bullied from grade 6 until I finally changed schools during my senior year in high school. I was bullied by everyone for everything and it got so bad that I attempted suicide at the age of 14 and almost didn’t make it. I’m blessed to have survived and am thankful every day. Many aren’t as fortunate.

    If one hasn’t experienced it, they can’t comprehend what it is to have to look over your shoulder and have eyes in the back of your head or to fight tooth and nail to hold on to your dignity. It’s a pain so deep you can’t even cry.

    My heart breaks for anyone who suffers the scourge of bullying and I pray that they can find their voice, their courage and a reason to love themselves. I hope they can someday see their worth and the good they too bring to this world.

    Thank you so much for writing this post. It touched my heart in more ways than you know.

    • MG WELLS says:

      Thanks so much for the kind words, Cherie. Most of us have been bullied and I still get this sometimes today. I am glad you enjoyed the post. Wishing you many blessings in your life and work.

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