Bullying is recognized as a form of aggressive behavior that repeatedly implicates severe consequences to the victims. Even though bullying commonly happens in childhood, the impact can last well into adulthood. In order to provide them with such education and successfully decrease the bullying issues from schools, we need to determine the causes and effects that school bullying poses on children.
Children who bully usually come from dysfunctional families which conflict misbehavior and often child neglect or abuse. Based on the survey, a significant number of prone to bullying come from families that left with bad affection and devotion. In such families, parents may often be an example of inappropriate behavior, such as aggressive acts towards their friends, siblings or anyone around them. In order to make themselves feel better and confident to face other, they will intentionally and continuously react aggressively and simulate it with their peers. This is because they became overwhelmed with the power and attention that they got from other people and encourage them to gain popularity as well as the ability to have others afraid of them.
Other than that, many students have not learned how to manage the pressure from unmet expectations or lack the ability to solve a problem in their personal life. which make they vent their frustrations on those around them. This happen when the bully themself have difficulty in communicating to others when they have a problem. They feel powerless in an environment where the adult is always right. They may express that anger and helplessness by showing their frustration and anger on someone else especially on those whom are weak and don’t have the ability to protect themselves whenever the got into a problem. When people get frustrated and angry, they can usually stop themselves from doing things that will hurt others because they don’t have the ability to regulate their emotions, small annoyances can provoke them and cause them to severely overreact.