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Bullying

Bullying

When someone tries to use force, threat, abuse or aggression to dominate others, it is called bullying. This becomes habitual and repeated if not controlled in a person. Usually this type of behaviour developes at an early stage of life. Such persons can use verbal harassment, threat, physical assault or coercion. Such acts may be directed repeatedly towards particular targets.

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