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  • Writer's pictureClara Wajngurt


Updated: Feb 6, 2019

Do you ever feel that when a teacher, professor, supervisor have someone in their class or department who is a bully-that it's not the target who is protected but the bully is protected?

Why does the one who is bullied have to suffer like this?

Here are some possible explanations:

1.Sometimes bullying occurs away from others-so it can be done secretly.

2.Bullies like to wield power-so the one who is bullied will not tattle.

3.If the one who is bullied tattles-this will make the bully angrier-so better not to tell anyone.

4.The one who is bullied feels shame and may blame themselves for the situation-maybe there is a reason why 'I was' bullied they may say

5.Why tell anyone about the bullying incident-no one will do anything anyway.

We need to stop this manner of thinking and focus on solving problems-and exposing the bully.

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