There’s a new school bully.
And you know what that means: It means that you’ve got to take down the bullying.
It means you have to tell people you’re not going to tolerate bullying.
And it means you’ve gotta be on your guard.
It’s a bit like being a superhero, except that instead of saving the day, you’re saving your ass.
So how do you start getting rid of bullies?
And what are the steps you need to take to get your school bully under control?
First things first:You can’t be a bully in every single school.
So get out there and talk to people who are not your school bullies.
Ask them what they think of you.
Make sure they aren’t bullies.
Don’t be that kid who says, “Oh, I’ve been bullied too, I know how to stop it.”
That’s what this video is for.
It will make you realize that bullying is just not your thing.
You can also learn about the signs that someone is a bully by looking at their behavior.
But first, here are the signs you need watch out for:1.
They don’t have a sense of humor.
They make up silly stories about how they have a super-powers.
They often say they’re the Batman, the Iceman, the Hulk, the Flash.
And they’re always dressed up like someone else.
The kid in this video will likely look like a real superhero if they are wearing a cape.
And he will be a little annoying.2.
They bully other kids.
And if you get bullied at school, it’s likely that you’ll be the only one.
It could also be that they bully other people.
The first time you talk to a bully, you might think that he is just another kid, but he’s really not.
You’ll see the same patterns over and over.3.
You may see him around again when you need help or when he’s in trouble.
And sometimes he will come back and try to bully you again.4.
They’ll do anything to get back at you.
They might come after you.
Sometimes they’ll do this by throwing things at you and attacking you.5.
They threaten to kill you.
And, unfortunately, it often happens.
A lot of times bullies will take you seriously.
This is the first step in getting rid.
And that’s when you can take them down.
But you’ll also have to be careful.
When you talk with a bully about bullying, do not make a lot of threats.
Make it subtle.
And don’t be afraid to ask questions.
You’re not trying to scare him off.
You are trying to learn.
And, finally, you can help your school bullying victims by listening to their stories.
If you don’t get them to come to you about bullying issues, you won’t be able to help them get back on their feet.