What is a Bully?
By definition, a bully is a blustering, quarrelsome, overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates smaller or weaker people. Psychology Today attributes the bullying behavior to lack of parenting at an early age and “…not handling well…the normal aggression of two-year-olds.” On the other side, the victims might be sought out and targeted for having a lack of assertiveness.
With the World Wide Web connecting us all with one touch of the mouse, bullying has reached a much larger audience, and that humiliation of the victim bares an increasing amount of weight.
New method of cyberbullying includes the sharing of menacing gossips, embarrassing photos and even video tapes of the instances of bullying violence.