"Team Audi #46" wrote:
They could be going through some stuff of their own that we don't know about.
Yes, it's a month old....but It's something I gotta address.
In some shape or form, all behavior is attention seeking. Bullies get the satisfaction of the misery of others by their actions and behavioral patterns, which enforces them to do it again and again and again. Which is why the best way to combat bullying is by ignoring it. Also, all bullies have problems of their own. That's why they do these things, because it gives them a form of control or power over the feelings and emotions of others. So definitely report bullying to a school counselor, so that the bully in question can get help.
That's probably my laziest answer on this entire website on such a topic. I could answer fully now but, I don't contain the energy to do so. But if it becomes necessary, which I highly doubt, I will post it.
Beautiful lethality, relentless style