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When I was growing up I saw if someone was different they were targets for bullies. Is it best to stop it when it happens or tell authories

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Stop it when it happens. Not only does it correct the behavior as it happens, but it makes the person being picked on feel like someone cares.

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Hello!The best thing to do is to tell the closest adult.

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Try to stop it when you see it happening. If that doesn't help (which sadly, normally it doesn't help) then go tell authorites

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sometimes its best to tell authorities, but some prefer stopping it themselves.

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well you don't tell the authories you sould say "hey leave him/her alone he/she is just the same as all of us' that way the bully knows you believe in yourself and your friend will feel protected so get out there and show that guy what you got

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http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/family/teenagers/whiteboard-animations/beat-a-bully-without-using-your-fists/

This is an awesome video touching on the subject of bullying and how you can deal with it. Hope I helped!

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Bullying is the spawn of ignorance. All ignorance should be addressed with strong purpose,

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Unfortunately, telling "authorities" doesn't help much. Usually, you become the target, too. Bullying is learned @ home when parents beat their children instead of disciplining them. Children learn to find someone physically smaller and/or less powerful like parents express their frustrations & lack of communication skills by beating them. "Spare the rod; spoil the child" does NOT give parents carte blanche to beat their children. Shepherds do NOT beat their sheep w/their rods; they GUIDE them. Indeed, parents should guide their children or, more likely than not, those children's lives will be "spoiled." W/so much insight on child communication & so many books & seminars on good parenting, it is sad that no one thinks it important to teach parents now or in the future good parenting skills. & good business management is very much like good parenting, so employees suffer by lack of good supervision on many job sites, too.

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