(not inability) to think rationally about themselves and others;
Small scale Terrorist, with behavior mostly taking place during school
time; Justifies terrorist activities towards his/her targets
or victims with self psychological excuses ("I want to appear tough and
enforcing power on others and causing extreme fear;
person who tyrannizes the non-violent and physically less strong;
rule by intimidation, terror;
or acts violence on others;
an assault a "fight," "disagreement" or "justice."
only differences between a terrorist and a bully, is in the organized planning
or cause of the activity, and the scale of terror. A bullied child
will believe that there is no difference between a terrorist and a bully
given the above definitions.)
these things happening in our workplace. Imagine being harassed and
humiliated day in and day out. Imagine being shoved in the hallways or
knocked in the head--never knowing when the perpetrator will strike again.
Imagine sitting quietly, eating your lunch, and being knocked from your
chair. Just imagine that as your head hits the floor, you go in and out
of consciousness, as you feel blow after blow, to your head and face. Imagine
being told that if you ever defend yourself--you will be fired--but your
attackers are allowed back the next day or the next week--to do it all
to imagine, isn't it? How absurd to think that any business in the United
States would operate in that fashion and stay in business.
Yet, in the
business of public education, we are telling our children to expect it
and accept it. The reality is that others took Brandon's life long
before he ended his pain. Brandon was courageous. He fought a valiant battle,
enduring all these things--until he lost all hope.
Brandon's mom - (www.jaredstory.com/brandon.html)
is believed that depression causes most teenage
but this creates a new question - what causes the depression?
A person just doesn't wake up one morning with depression.
Psychologists believe that some
people have a genetic tendency towards depression, some develop depression
because of environmental triggers, and some people can have both genetic
and environmental triggers,
(See "Teen Depression and it's Causes"). Brandon, (and
Jared), developed depression from bullying
at school as well as an assault by a bully/bullies
in school. The new term being used to describe this type of teen
Suicide is, "bullycide," a suicide
caused from the effects of bullying.
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