BULLYING | AGGRESSOR

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Bullying | Aggressor.png

BULLYING | AGGRESSOR

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What to do first — and what to do going forward — when you think or have evidence that a teenager has bullied someone.

Also, see the Crisis HelpSheet, Bullying | Target.

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There’s lots of attention on responding to the targets of bullying … not as much on responding to aggressors beyond zero-tolerance banishment or other forms of retribution that don’t address the need to make things right, as much as possible, and prevent further aggression in the context of community rather than in exile.

This Crisis HelpSheet covers what to do when you believe, or have good faith knowledge, that a teenager has bullied someone.