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Peer Pressure and Bullying Social pressure can take many different forms, including intimidation, bullying and even physical attacks. If you feel you could be a victim or perpetrator (who wishes to stop) of bullying, talk about it here.

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Unhappy An experience thats been repeating? - February 26th 2010, 05:36 AM

Since I was 5, I feel like I've been bullied by guys and only guys. They talk bad things about me, laugh at me, make me look like a joke, and embrass me in front of people. I'm really mad that only guys do this to me because they just think I don't have feelings. How can I be friends with them and not be laughed at by them & teased?



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Re: An experience thats been repeating? - February 26th 2010, 12:00 PM

i know exactly what you mean..I would just laugh at it ,but it didn't help me so i advise you not to do it. You can joke around with them and save cooky things to get closer to them or simply take there jokes lightly.
   
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Re: An experience thats been repeating? - February 26th 2010, 09:09 PM

Hmmm why you'd want to get closer to bullies I don't know but anyway. (I know I am to try and change them from the inside)

Okey. When they embarress you for something that you've actually done. Show no fear and admit it laughing. It'll create and akward silence where a bully can't do anything. (I cried in a maths class once, people tried to bully me by constantly asking "did you cry in maths, did you cry in maths" I just said: "yeah it was sorta laughing cross crying, I went some what insane for a brief moment there Ha ha"

If its not real, say: "ooooo gossip! Intresting" in a funny voice, it'll show everyone around you that you couldn't give a damn about anything that spurts out of their mouths.

Remember Laugh at what ever they say, its the best way to show you don't care, then when they find they can't even scratch you, they'll go away.
Bullies want sad reactions, So give them happy ones!


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