How To Be Bully Proof

How to Be Free of Bullies

Cyber Bullying

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Whether bullying is online or face to face it is marked by certain characteristics that make it easier to deal with once it is recognised as bullying.

Cyber Bullying is another tough one to stop, but following on from role power bullying we can see how much the David and Goliath story can help.

David and Goliath is one of the best stories about standing up to bullies. It reminds us that however much smaller or weaker than the bully we are, we can still beat them. You can always find their Achilles Heel.

Like court summons stamped to look like they have come from the law, your teacher picking on you, a parent showing you up in front of company or withholding your pocket-money, bullying that happens on-line is very difficult to ignore. This is even more so when it is not just unpleasant but damaging.

It is very important to:

  1. Identify it as bullying
  2. Look for weaknesses in the bully
  3. Hit back with equal strength.

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