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1.02 BULLY -- TYPES AND CATEGORIES OF ABUSIVE BEHAVIOR

==== Bully

MEANING: One who forces another to do his/her will while often humiliating the person in the process.

PERSONAL NOTE FROM RICK DOBLE: We all know what a bully is, yet a bully is just an obvious, overt abuser. It is only recently that we have realized how destructive bullies are at school, for example. Teasing, taunting, lording over another person, using power to control those beneath one are all abusive behaviors as well as bullying. The tragedy at Columbine in 1999 was due in part to bullying. Bullying is a perfect example of a behavior that was tolerated for centuries and viewed as harmless. Now societies see it for what it has always been: very destructive dysfunctional behavior that affected everyone involved and needed to be stopped. If we want our children to believe in a society with rules that are fair, bullying cannot be tolerated because it is not fair and goes against the rules.

RELATED WORDS AND PHRASES: intimidate, menace, threaten, domineering, cruel, brutal

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