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Here are seven ways to get your child to take responsibility for her actions and put an end to bullying behavior. Don’t Make Excuses and Blame Others When parents discover their child is a bully or that their child is a cyberbully, they often want to make excuses or provide explanations for the behavior. Workplace bullying is harmful, targeted behavior that happens at work. It might be spiteful, offensive, mocking, or intimidating.

It forms a. Bullies will punch, pinch, push, name-call, try to make you flinch, send you long and unpleasant emails, troll you online, yell at you, blame you, and generally take zero responsibility for their. Claim: Bullies should be held accountable for their actions especially if their actions result in the death of their victim, whether this is by the hands of the bully or at their own hands. Support: Across the nation, our children are being tormented, ridiculed and made to feel as if they are inferior to another person.

This abuse needs to stop. Parents will support their child’s reports of bullying and not take away their phones as a consequence. It is important for kids to remember that bullying is wrong and should be handled by an adult.

Don’t bully back It may be difficult to not bully back, but as the saying goes, two wrongs don’t make a right. Try not to show anger or tears. 7 Tactics Narcissists Use to Escape Responsibility Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC Christine Hammond is a leading mental health influencer, author, and guest speaker. Otherwise, your child will turn into an adult who refuses to accept personal responsibility for his actions.

Tips for Teaching Kids to Stop Making Excuses and Start Taking Responsibility Try these tips for teaching your children to quit making excuses for their behavior. “Blaming somebody is simply their way to avoid disapproval and negative consequences.” These smart tips will help your kid go from “It wasn’t me!” to learning to be accountable for his actions. Bullies should be held accountable for the violence actions of their victims, as they are partially responsible for their victims performing the heinous acts that they do. However, due to the circumstances that surround the crimes that are committed coupled with the overall lack of physical evidence, the chances of bullies being held.

John said there are easy ways to spot a bully. “Victims do not maintain eye contact; however, bullies will look straight into the eye.” Children who bully tend to show a ‘cool streak’.

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Fourth, expose the bully and give employers a chance to work with you to correct the situation.

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2 With Shared Concern the bullies are seen individually in the first instance, not as a group as in the No Blame approach.

“Bullying in Schools: And what to Do about it” by Ken Rigby, Australian Council for Educational Research
from Bullying in Schools: And what to Do about it
by Ken Rigby, Australian Council for Educational Research
ACER Press, 2007

Also, create reliable ways to identify bullies before problems escalate.

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by John J. Schmidt, Ed.D.
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Answer: 1, 3, 4, 5 Rationale: For bullies, power arises from physical strength and maturity (the bully is typically much larger than the victim); a higher status within a peer group; knowing another child’s weakness and exposing it; and recruiting other children as support.

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Bullying begins with step four, followed by Abuse, Harassment, Conflict and Discrimination.

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from Handbook of Research on Mass Shootings and Multiple Victim Violence
by Crews, Gordon A.
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A simple and usually effective way of achieving these goals is to conduct an anonymous survey among the students with the Bully/Victim Questionnaire.

“Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do” by Dan Olweus
from Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do
by Dan Olweus
Wiley, 2013

The third step is to support all students involved in the bullying incident.

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from School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text
by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
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3 Teach witnesses to stand up for victims or report bullying, and not to passively watch or reward bullies with attention (Saarento & Salmivalli, 2015).

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from Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
by Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin, et. al.
Cengage Learning Australia, 2018

Other common forms of bullying experienced are being threatened’, ‘having belongings taken away from me’ and ‘no one would talk to me’.

“The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective” by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, Josine JOSINE JUNGER-TAS, Philip PHILIP SLEE, Yohji MORITA, D. A. N. OLWEUS
from The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective
by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, et. al.
Routledge, 1999

Individual responses to bullying also include continued one-on-one discussions, counseling, parent involvement, follow-up discussions, and, in extreme cases, the change of class or school for the bully or the victim.

“Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology” by Charles Spielberger
from Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology
by Charles Spielberger
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  • You are amazing. This is EXACTLY what has happened to me. She came back around 20 times. I dropped her and then she came back weeks later when they were running out of supply.

  • Nobody is born knowing these things, especially women and children are not taught those things! When one grows in abuse families traumatizing the kids and family with their issues, 95% of the population doesn’t have access to this education! They just don’t know they are growing like that! Education is the key! Thanks for sharing!

  • But… I constantly send text to people with random facts when I want to hang out with them and everybody loves me, I mean, I’m really popular.:O?

  • All of the above. Hoovering has been going on for almost 8 years. It has taken me all these years to get it all figured out thank you. I am so much stronger now and it is more clear what the maneuvering all these years is a pathology.
    This guy is in a committed relationship with a sugar mama…He must be treating her in a similar fashion…….

  • I just ended a relationship with one blocking him and he texted me (on a different game account ) even after i said he is making me anxious and stressing me out and find him annoying, saying ” i dont think this is the way to end things,i hope the block is a temporary thing and i hope your doing okay ” like leave me the fuck alone.I get annoyed just by thinking about it.

  • I’m a huge fan of Indian “mythology”. Somehow these phrases remind me of the celestial weapons used by the warriors to vanquish their enemies. Lots of love from India. Namaste!

  • Man, this describes my ex’s Matthew Rick Assshole, Oh, I mean Glass and my exhusband Hien Dinh Le in Stockton, CA. This video is so true about my ex’s. That is why I am NOT with them.

  • I did all these 5 points and divorce from my narc husband for 18 years was much easier than I thought. His revengeful nature was tamed. I even got a 500 sq m land from him at the divorce. Thanks God I’m free now!

  • Mine did ALL 9 of these and then some!!!!!!! for 7 months now!!!!!  I wish that I had seen your video sooner I would have been stronger with no contact and not kept opening the door a crack.  They are total MINDGAME PLAYERS!!!!!

  • Blocked my ex narc last November 2019
    Changed my telephone number
    Blocked him from my Email
    Last week March 26th received Email (he used someone else’s Email)
    Says how he’s worried about me, sorry for bothering me as I BLOCKED him, I must just let him know I’m ok!
    I didn’t respond
    I’m a EDUCATED EMPATH��������

    PEOPLE! DO NOT FALL FOR THE COVID-19 HOOOOOOOOOVER!

  • Hi Nathan, I wanted to reach out because I was wondering if you have any advice for my situation with a bully landlord. We’ve lived here for over 10 years and pay the rent on time but occassionally call our landlord for repairs (ceiling leaks, drain issues, rodent problem) Most recently we had a heating issue which we needed resolved. My landlord ignored us and we contacted the heating company for help. The landlord then took this is a threat and is publicly defaming us in front of neighbors, spreading lies, being verbally abusive and threatening to evict us or raise our rent by $500. I dont know what to do at this point because any action we take he becomes more antagonistic. We can’t afford to move right now and Im not sure how to properly handle this situation. Please let me know if you have any tips for us. Thank you for your video.

  • My remarried ex, as soon as I showed up at our child’s wedding with a significant other, would act angry to my boyfriend and actually physically hoover near me as if he still was married to me… I feel sorry for his new wife b/c she had to watch him do this-more than once.

  • Wow….loved the video and no worries about the order that you laid things out, it was great. I wouldn’t return to my ex-narc even though he tried his best to sweet talk me and offer me help and gifts, so he used the dog against me. I love that dog so much and we are really really bonded. Sometimes I really struggle just because of his dog. But it is his dog. But here’s my question. I was listening to my ex-narc talk to me and he started promising that he’d never ever physically hurt me. He went on and on about it. The thing is that I’ve never considered him a violent person. He brought the subject up. What does this mean? So far we’ve only talked on the phone, I haven’t allowed him around me. I was feeling pretty good and feeling like I’d overcame the narcissist abuse when I started speaking to him again. But once he started making the promises to never physically abuse me, I took a few steps back.

  • My narc discarded me a month ago now trying to hoover me back, I tried to leave her on many occasions but she would turn up at my house and cry until I took her back, then one day she just walked away. She is a wealthy woman so it’s tempting as I’m not wealthy at all, but I know she will treat me the same all over again. I have had 2 people like this, I’m a loving, caring attentive person they seem to be attracted to those qualitys. They both had different backgrounds, first one a Welsh lady on benefits, the 2nd one an English woman with a high powered job and plenty of money but they basically behaved the same, both told me they loved me within a week, love bombed me, devalued, rage when called out. They caused me enormous pain, both of them.

  • This video should be renamed to (how to spot an entitled karen/Daren) because all the qualifications are for them not immature people

  • Danke Marcel, wie lustig. Vor 2 Tagen habe ich mich genau gefragt, was resp. wie man genau Anspiele spielt. Danke für den Insight! Gruss Matthias

  • I had this problem in the marine corps. I just took. Didn’t really fit in. Tried to ignore it and stay to myself but it’s not really possible in that environment. I had no problem with the job but I didn’t get along and fit in with the guys. eventually just stopped going. I wasn’t ever the guy who took life to seriously. Guess I just accepted that wasn’t a place I could thrive but idk. Do you have any advice? Maybe I could approach things differently.

  • It always comes out of nowhere…can’t find words, till now! Last encounter, she fled, and I caught a glimpse of her face…it was fear!!

  • When my husband asked me to leave my job and come and work for him, I never thought that I would make the worst mistake of my life. Now I am totally under his wing and can’t do much. Work is so scarce, can’t even fix that situation. With no money to even have a hair do or turning my pennies twice before I buy something while hubby shops for motorbikes and has no budget. When I confronted him 4 weeks ago about it, I was told it is his business and his money. Since when did a marriage become one person and not a partnership. Since I stood up for myself he has moved into my sons room and both my kids sleep with me. My 13 year old daughter is so put off with our controlled lives that she refuses to get married one day. He knows that I have nowhere to go and that I will not leave my kids behind.

  • Smh. I am so disappointed in myself. Last night I got a text from my ex, pretty much along the lines of having sex with me. Which he does every two to three weeks. He will beat me or mentally/verbally abuse me. Disappear. Repeat. And I’m the idiot that takes him back thinking maybe just maybe this time will be different. The moment he stepped in the door, he was showing off his new shoes, boasting and bragging about himself, I didn’t even say a word then he tried to rap his songs to me and because I didn’t jump up and down for joy about anything, and was rather nonchalant. He blew up. Bringing up posts that I’ve been sharing on my Facebook regarding domestic violence and narcissism. And he stated that I’m trying to be a victim and want people to feel sorry for me. Mind you were not even friends on Facebook and Last I checked I had him and all his family blocked smh. Then out of nowhere I made a statement saying, “you can always bring up my past, what’s yours? What’s your truth?” Then he started shaking and grimacing at the face and he said “oh so your saying I’m gay?” I was like wth I didn’t even say you were gay. Then he was bringing up all these things I didn’t even say. PROJECTION. Then slapped me and threw his phone at my leg. I didn’t even cry this time. I just put my head down and when he saw I wasn’t crying he went on to say that I am an emotionless bitch who doesn’t feel anything!!!

  • Wtf are wrong with these people? I just want to live in peace and provide for my family, the people that I love. Why do I have to walk on egg shells with them? Why can’t they respect human boundaries??

  • LOL I don’t know which number it is but it’s the one around 5:18 my guy this seems very extreme someone can be a blabbermouth and still care about others have you ever heard of this song I like talking about you but occasionally I like talking about me go flip that around and you have everybody in California I mean just because you’re immature does not make you a effing narcissist my guy

  • Side-note, these people are full of demons and not everyone can get out, my husband didn’t show himself til after we married, I’m chronically ill and have to depend on him, not everyone can just leave. Unless he divorces me and or God opens a door, I’m stuck. A lot of us are stuck for different reasons. If he leaves me, God will have to sustain me physically and financially. Not a good situation.

  • I got bullied by vH_David and he said i should commit suicide and that i’m ugly fat, and that it makes sense that i’ve been bullied for 7 years. Is he right about the suicide thing?

  • I spent the last 5 hours being begged to not divorce him. Promising to change and do ANYTHING to save our marriage! Ugh I am sick of asking simple natural things that all marriages have yet I can’t get it from him but he promises up and down when I want a divorce. I am literally sick to my stomach because of him. I want him out but he won’t leave!