Teen bullying in schools
Teen bullying includes acts and behaviors that result in making someone else feel uncomfortable. Teen bullying happens between teenagers especially in schools. It's not only physical; it's verbal and emotional too. It changes the school from being a place of learning to an unsuitable place of education. Teen bullying is a serious issue parents and school ministers should consider, since it has its effects on the students and happens as a result of several causes.
There are many causes that lead to the issue of teen bullying. Witnessing bullying at home like seeing one parent bullied by the other or being bullied by other siblings at home is one of the causes because it leaves its effect on the person's personality since it is happening everyday and among family members. Besides, lack of attention and emotional support from family members especially the parents could leave the same effect on the teen. Media influence including TV shows, video games, websites, music, and many other media means that encourage violence behavior is another reason too. The lack of sense of power and self confidence and esteem drives the teen to bully others since that action provides him with a kind of sense of power and high self esteem.
Teen bullying affects bullied individuals, bullies, and teens witnessing bullying. Teens being bullied are more likely to experience sadness, loneliness, and depression. That will of course affect their daily life of sleeping, eating, studying, and interest in doing activities and they used to enjoy. All of these effects will affect the bullied teen's academic performance. Bullied teens are therefore more likely to skip and miss classes, and even drop out of school. Trying to commit suicide by taking a drug overdose or whatever is also as a result of this issue. Teens witnessing bullying and bullies are also affected by this issue. They get into early sexual, drug, and violence activities and usually drop out of school early....