The Power Of Being The Bully. For Power, Money, Sex, and Mind Control. Is What ‘He/She’ Or ‘It’ Wants From You!
They Don’t Like Losing! They Are In The Well Known And Deep Psychological State Of Denial. Look It Up.
What Can Cause Bullying, Or Who Are The Bullies, Or Who Are ‘The Modern Bullies? The Tyranny Of The Masses!
A Child’s Mind Map, Of ‘ What They Should Be Beware Of’
Some of those ‘bullies’ who wear ‘distinctive clothes’ and are ‘practised in’, and use, an ‘overwhelming authority’, especially, on our young children i.e. before their own personal choices and critical faculties are fully developed. Charlatanism: blocks this development as becoming human is a process and not some event! Often, those ‘charlatans’ are in a ‘deep state of denial’, deep down they do know who they are and are insecure? The Philologists and ‘authorities’ who insist on instilling the disgusting idea in our children, or young adults that they are the only ones to have the true path, or even bully them not only physically, but by having them as captive audience!
Most Religions / Some Ideologies / The State / The Education System / Singularist Cultural Ethos’es.
More youngsters than ever before are complaining about bullying to the children’s charity Childline.
More than 37,000 young people called for counselling from April 2005 to March 2006, compared with 32,500 the previous year, the organisation said. Bullying was the most common reason to request help – accounting for 23% of all the calls to the service.
The charity’s Lindsay Gilbert called for every school in the country to introduce an "anti-bullying charter".
Ms Gilbert, head of Childline in Partnership with Schools (Chips), said: "Right now thousands of children are dreading going back to school because of the bullying they will face."
She called on parents and carers to play a role in shielding children from bullying.
NSPCC ADVICE FOR PARENTS
Listen to young people’s feelings and concerns
Help them to explore their options and keep control – don’t take over
Talk to other adults. Explore options both in school and at home
Encourage children to feel good about themselves – those who bully and the
bullied often lack self-esteem
Encourage children to understand that we are all different, yet all
Encourage children to think about their own and each others’ feelings
"Not only can parents help tackle bullying, they are also crucial to helping
their child through what is often a terrifying and demoralising experience."
As schools prepare to reopen for the new academic year, the organisation has
released anti-bullying tips for parents.
The advice includes how to react if a child is being bullied, how to deal with
the school, and how to detect the early-warning signs.
Childline cites an area of growing concern as homophobic bullying.
They estimated that 2,725 young people call them each year to talk about sexual
orientation, homophobia or homophobic bullying.
A study of calls found youngsters indicated "too many teachers do nothing about
homophobic bullying", and many young people fear telling their parents, they
said. Those counselled by Childline about homophobic bullying report feeling
extremely lonely and isolated and feel that they have nowhere else to turn.
A spokesman for the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) said: "We are
working to ensure schools provide a clear focus on responding to homophobic
bullying in anti-bullying training and materials for schools and teachers.
"We also support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender history month in schools to
help young people understand the significant contribution made by all
communities to the diversity and success of this country."
The spokesman added: "The new statutory power to discipline in our education
bill will strengthen the authority of school staff, give them the confidence to
take firm action on bullying, and underscore powers such as confiscation,
reasonable force, and punishing pupils for unacceptable behaviour beyond the