Remember getting off the bus, running to the front door, and once the door opened, tears came racing down? It’s obvious to whoever opens the door that there was a problem at school. Normally, the first thought that comes to mind is that someone was being a bully in school. Nowadays, bullying is a major deal, and there’s always different ways of bullying, but the three most common are verbal bullying, physical bullying, and cyber bullying.
To start off, is physical bullying, which is self-explanatory in reality but can get out of hand. People who get bullied physically are within body contact of their bully. For example, punching, wrestling, biting, scratching, shoving, and more are all ways to physically bully someone. Normally, the one being bullied isn’t capable of retaliating and becomes submissive. This type of harassment is known as the most obvious bullying type because it causes the victim to bruise or get scratched or even have received a broken bone in some cases. When it does get to this point, the bully threatens the victim that if he or she tells on him or her, worse will come to them. Physical assaults of bullying also interfere with emotions and mental ability of the victim other bodily injuries. Most of the time the victim finds him or herself defenseless and powerless against his or her bully and start to show signs of depression. There are many cases where students physically bully others by taking their possessions and destroying them. Sadly the victims cover up and never say the truth because they are afraid of what might happen to them.
Another type of bullying is cyber bullying. The definition of cyber bullying is the inappropriate use of technology, such as sending messages, pictures, or information using electronic media, normally with the computer or a cell phone. There is many of ways cyber bullying could be used. Cyber bullying has become a universal issue than it ever has been, with more