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What would help? - October 21st 2012, 02:29 AM

What would help those who are bullied? My ap psych class wants to help in our school to stop bullying or to help the victims.
So I want to know how to help victims as much as possible. I may not be able to stop the bullying. I may not even see it or know who is suffering. But how can I still help?
My suggestion for the class was "strive for 5" give 5 compliments to different people each days. Particaly people that you don't usually talk to...
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Re: What would help? - October 21st 2012, 02:34 PM

That Strive for 5 idea is pretty good! Something I always wanted to do in school was to have like an after school get together where students can talk to each other for advice, whether it be for bullying or anything else. I think if bully victims had someone they could confide in, it would make a huge difference. You could have something like that for 1 or 2 hours after school, maybe 3 days a week, even more. It would be a good way to help people become more comfortable with each other and would definitely help with bully victims.

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