Here’s What I Think About Bullying by Gaye CrispinPosted: February 13, 2012 | |
Bullying is a form of arrested development, and the people who prop up, support and do the bidding of bullies need to grow up, grow a heart, and stop supporting and encouraging bullies.
I judge bully supporters and bully cheer-squads to be peas from the same bully pod. Bully supporters are just bullies who like to watch. These are the bullies we see cheering from the side-lines, goading the bully into a greater frenzy, and experiencing a huge ‘rush’ when their aggressive bully partner strikes a blow for Bullydom.
Then there are the passive followers who chose to run with bully packs to feel safe & protected in this ‘big scary world.’ I feel sorry for these people because it’s only a matter of time before the bully despises their weakness and turns on them.
Recently nearly a dozen people I know on have Facebook have been bullied in one way or another by the same person. And even this morning the body count is still rising, so this is my response.
Here’s what I think about bullying..
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Why do you think bullies do what they do? Have you ever had a bully employer? What would you suggest to somebody who was being bullied at work or online?
I’d love you to share your thoughts.
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Copyright Gaye Crispin 2012