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If you are being bullied, you might feel like there’s no way out. Find out how to break that cycle right now and get rid of bullying for good[永久地].

What Is Bullying?

Bullying usually involves a person or group

exploiting[利用] the fact that they feel more powerful

than another. This can be acted out through physical

or emotional harm – or both. Bullying takes on many forms: leaving people out of a social circle;

racist[有关种族的] abuse[辱骂]; being singled out as “different”; discrimination[歧视]; being taunted[嘲弄,奚落] about your family situation; being forced to hand over money and possessions[财产]; and physical and violent attacks.

New Ways of Bullying

As technology develops and becomes more readily available, bullies are finding new ways to pick on their victims. “Happy slapping[掴]” is the latest craze, where bullies take pictures or video clips of physical attacks to send on. Texting and emailing threatening messages is another form of bullying that is on the rise.

Beat Bullying

● Body language: Bullies pick on easy targets, so poor posture

and averted[避免] eye contact will attract unwanted attention. Stand proud with your shoulders back and your head up, and look people in the eye – you’ll soon give out the message that you’re not afraid.

● Safety in numbers: This is particularly important when

bullying is taking place outside of a regular establishment注.

Work out your safest and most public routes home and try to stick with others at all times.

● Walk away: If you find yourself in a situation that is making you feel uncomfortable, calmly but quickly walk away. If you are near other people or a public place, head in that direction.

● Speak up: This is exactly the thing that bullies expect you not to do, so you are already regaining some control by speaking

up. If the bullying is taking place in an established setting like a workplace or university, approach a colleague or tutor you are comfortable with – or try a student counselor[指导老师], or the

human resources department – all of whom have a duty to take these issues seriously and offer their help and support. It can be difficult to know who to turn to when bullying is happening outside the boundaries[界线] of regular establishments. Telling friends and family may help you feel more protected, but if they feel unable to solve the problem, contact the police.

● Explore your feelings: If there is no one you can tell, or you just don’t feel ready to open up face-to-face, consider talking anonymously to an organisation. You may find that keeping a diary of your thoughts and feelings also helps you to start facing the issue.

如果被人欺负,你也许会觉得无处可逃。(剩余790字)

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