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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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bullys in family - March 27th 2010, 11:34 PM

did you ever get bullyed by a brother or sister.....(cosin...annt uncle...mom...dad....ect) ??

is this more bad then getting it from other people? do you think its even bullying or just teseing case there in the family? if they bullyed you did they stop or still do it....? when do you think its just teseing....or bullying???
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Re: bullys in family - March 28th 2010, 01:11 AM

i got (and still get) bullied by my mom a lot.
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Re: bullys in family - March 28th 2010, 01:17 AM

Bluee I haven't seen you around in awhile

But in all honesty, I think eventually family bullies tend to stop, once they start seeing you as less of a child and more of an adult.

And I think it's more on the situation if one is bullying, or teasing. A lot of the time, the victim sees it as bullying where as the bully sees it as just teasing. If the victim would just tell the bully that it's bothering them, I think that would help a lot.

As for me.. Well, my family is getting better I think. My brother and I get along a bit more, though maybe that's just because he's off at college. My dad is still his usualness, but I like to pretend he's getting better too. I'm hoping the stuff from the rest of my family will get better once I hit 18 and college and such.

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Re: bullys in family - March 29th 2010, 05:19 AM

Err not really.. it depends if you count joking around as a form of bullying. (not that they did that anyway)
Yawn, i have such boring relatives.
However my brother was always stupidly talented, while i got nothing. He'd insult me alot about my stupidity. If it wasn't for fictional (cause non fiction people are boring) characters like Rock Lee and Ace Rimmer. I never would how found out how someone with no talented could beat my bastard of a brother. I did beat him in the end.. heh good times.

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