Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

3 Teens Bully Young Boy, But Look What Happens When This Guy Stands Up.

It Happens Every Day

It Happens Every Day

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“My name is Joey and I’m 10 years old. I am a victim of bullying. It hurts me very much. Please, stop bullying.” That message, posted to Facebook by Joey's mother, was a last-ditch effort to stop weeks of pain and struggle for the boy. The family had no idea their plea was about to be answered in the best way possible as one man seemed to know exactly what to do — and it’s something we should all learn from.

It Hurts Everyone Involved

It Hurts Everyone Involved

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Sadly, bullying happens every day, and it’s a pretty tough pill to swallow when you learn your own kid is the one tormenting others. As parents, we want to think we created a happy environment where our little ones can grow into responsible adults, but what happens when you realize your child gets a kick out of inflicting harm on others?

Sinking Feeling

Sinking Feeling

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Joey probably wished he could find those magical words that would make his bullies realize he was a human being. But nothing seemed to work. His bullies seemed to enjoy watching him squirm in pain. Joey couldn’t understand why anyone would want to mock and harm another person. But there had to be a reason, right?

Why Do They Do It?

Why Do They Do It?

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Bullying doesn’t just happen overnight. More often than not, children who engage in bullying behaviors, (which can be both physical and mental) do it to solve their social problems. But why do they get a kick out of making someone else as miserable as they feel on the inside?

It Started At Home

It Started At Home

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Bullying others might be a sign that the child is under serious distress or they're being abused at home. The bully might be experiencing anxiety or depression, and they've got all this pinned up anger inside. The bully doesn't have any healthy coping mechanisms to handle these feelings, so they resort to bullying others. After all, it’s a lot easier to bully a person than to work out their inner turmoil and learn to solve problems.

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