How to Deal with Bullies | STOMP Out Bullying
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As performed by the erstwhile L. Once DJ makes his way into a fraternity at the fictional "Truth University," the movie has no way out, however: DJ initially channels his shoulder-chippy anger at "the system" though crunk, and his innovative moves make him a crowd favorite. As the first, lengthy competition scene in Stomp the Yard lays out, DJ is dedicated not only to the art form, but also to winning.
Even when it makes sense to back off a challenge against a notoriously violent crew, he pushes on, determined to put it in their faces that he and his boys are the best. As soon as his brother Duron Chris Brown suggests that they should leave it alone and DJ resists his advice, you know what's happening next.
Sure enough, as DJ and Duron make their way along an ominously dark and abandoned lot, they're jumped.
The gun pulled on Duron is only what you expect. After a minute or so of grieving over the bloody body also in slow motionDJ is shipped off to the next chapter in his life: Because his Uncle Nate Harry Lennix handles landscaping and maintenance at the school he "pulls a few strings" and gets DJ in. This also means DJ "owes" Nate, and by extension, Aunt Jackie Valarie Pettiforda situation filled with predictable though barely touched-on tensions.
At the same time, DJ also feels guilt and despair over the loss of Duron, channeled into -- you guessed it -- more anger. Some great comeback lines against bullies are: Do you feel better now? If you're talking about me behind my back, clearly my life is a lot more interesting than yours is! You finally found something funny to say? Be really cool and stop this!
Why are you talking to me? Here we go again.
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I've been called worse from better. Wow, did you come up with that all by yourself? Pardon me, but you seem to think that I care.
Do not react or respond. That's what the bully wants! When you walk away you're taking away the bully's power!
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Stay Positive It can be hard to remember all your good points when someone is doing their best to be negative. However, try to think of all the things you do well and remember that you are a valuable person. Thinking of how bad the bully must be feeling may also help you to stay positive. Picture Your Bully Like This Picture your bully standing on their head with their body stretching — almost as if they were standing in front of a distorted mirror like the kind you see at a carnival.
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Listen to their voice as comes out all distorted and warbled. Be Confident Bullies usually pick on people that they think are weaker than they are, so stand up to them. You might be scared but if you keep standing up to them they'll stop. Other ways to conquer your bully and throw them off track: Hang out with your friends.
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If the bully does feel like conquering the group, walk away. If after using these tactics and the bullying doesn't stop, it may be time to ask for help.
Don't be afraid to let someone know that you are being bullied.
There are people who care about you and will help you. Get Help - Tell An Adult About the Bully It may seem scary to tell someone but, telling will not only get you help, it will make you feel less afraid. If you are being physically bullied and are in danger you must speak with a trusted adult immediately.
If you've told a grown-up before and they haven't done anything about it, tell someone else. Tell them exactly what happened, who did the bullying, where and when it happened, how long it's been happening to you, and how it's making you feel. When you tell your teacher, guidance counselor or school psychologist, ask them what they will do to help stop the bullying.