Adult Bullying: Harassment By People You Respect

Where-Monsters-Dwell-wide-560x282This by far is the most amazing concept I’ve heard yet, my abusers have given themselves a name, “Monsters Of The Web” and then some. Click on “adult Cyber-Bullying” below, this will give you an excellent example of CYBER-BULLYING but is a lame attempt on their part, most likely written and published for the monsters to discredit me, it holds no truth, and I am totally amazed but then again I’m not, that Google would endorse their name on it, an attempt that would make it more believable if you just consider the source it’s coming from with a closed mind, don’t you think?, and besides that, guess who out of the blue sent me this post today? you guessed it “GOOGLE”, and get a load of the name “GOOGLE BOMB” 🙂 yup that’s right, this I have encountered many times, and believe it or not, they (1%) only print what they want us to believe, which is more then not always the truth, more fiction than anything else. I’m sure the fiction writers here can relate, 🙂 your jealousy and dishonesty will not favor you, nor will it save you. google_bomb_543807590I will remain here and continue my quest. Also YES facebook IS a diary, journal, history book, what ever you want to call it, because it’s based on one’s own life, experiences and existence, but if it’s not a Diary as you call it, answer me this then, WHAT IS IT?? I call it a social tool…and in regards to hanging my dirty laundry out on Social Media, is the Best move I have made all my life, and I will do it all over again, it got me a “Scholarship”. You see there is always two sides to every story, social media is the best and only way sometimes of getting your side of the story heard, when you are faced to fight money, power and dishonesty & deception, so I can’t stress enough, be BRAVE and tell your stories to the world and save yourselves form the MONSTERS, because they are in woof PACKS here on WordPress (Mobbing). I have not named the Author of this post because that would be calling her a cyber-Bully?? and this post contains nothing we haven’t heard 100 times already, Anyway enjoy this one because it’s 60% based on fiction and stands no legal, medical or any other ground, with a few exceptions of course, it’s a shame how inexperience is so obvious. I guess they (1%) are running scared? cheers lotsa luv to one and all. 🙂
The Author writes, Adult bullying is more prevalent than many want to admit. If you’re old enough to pay a mortgage or raise a family, shouldn’t you be able to handle anything that comes your way? But bullying doesn’t come to a standstill after graduating from the playground, and giving grown-ups a pass on aggressive behavior only sets a bad example for our children still on the playground.
link-profile-of-web-monstersA while back, I discussed the case of a parent who felt the need to air her laundry (dirty and clean) all over her Facebook timeline. Her thoughts were broadcasted publicly, even for her children to see. Additionally, a group of mothers recently took to Facebook to bash pictures of toddlers. These behaviors make kids think: if my own mother can bully, then why can’t I?
In case we needed another reminder that no one — not even 300-pound offensive linemen — is immune to being victimized look no further than the Jonathan Martin case earlier this month. Bullying is entrenched in the NFL, as is the idea that what goes on in the locker room, should stay in the locker room — including hazing. The incessant tormenting from Martin’s teammate, Richie Incognito, forced him to take leave from the team and admit himself to a hospital for emotional distress.
Young athletes and children look up to these major league athletes. Allowing this culture of “manning up” to be the status quo is effectively letting kids know that harassment is acceptable in sports.
2013-11-11-ThinkTwiceSnapJust toughen up. Isn’t this what some parents communicate to their kids when they are harassed by a fellow student or teammate?
Last week, an article from SFGate shed new light on workplace bullying. Over one-third of our country’s workforce has experienced bullying, according to the Workplace Bullying Institute, and 72 percent of the cases are instigated by a superior, boss, or supervisor.
How can we possibly rationalize this behavior in adults? It’s indisputable that grown-ups should know better, and the fact that they continue to harass is despicable. And today, bullying often happens online, which creates a long-lasting emotional sting.
Cyberbullying allows cruelty at all ages to play out in a 24-7 arena. I have felt, and survived, the pain of being a victim of adult cyberbullying. We always hear about how brutal children can be, but if you consider “toddler bashing” mothers, Richie Incognito, as well as certain workplace superiors you will soon realize that plenty adults are downright malicious. (And Madame your Not?)
download (1)Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram aren’t the only outlets for cyberbullying. Since more and more adults are logging into social networks, be aware of apps like Snapchat, as well. (Image via #TakeNoBullies.)
Your keyboard can be used as a lethal weapon today, and sadly more adults have caught on. Replace those cyber-bullets with words of kindness. As a grown-up you need to lead by example. Every post you make public, every text message you send, every email you write, should exhibit respect for yourself and others.
Thankfully, there are reasons to be optimistic amidst all of the negativity in the news. Many kids are already learning that it’s cool to care at all ages, and that combating cruelty with kindness isn’t all that difficult. From teachers, to students, to entire communitiesparents can make a difference by acting as cyber-shields, Myself Terry Kinden as a Anti-Bullying Activist and a life time survivor and expert on Bullying cannot believe you actually have the audacity.
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Takeaway tips:
Speak and type with respect, because words wound.
• Be a digitally conscious adult and learn more about digital citizenship.
• Educate yourself on tips for dealing with workplace bullying. Even though you might not be a victim, you should know how to react when you encounter harassment in your office.
• NFL players should take a lesson from Middle School Football Players.
Now Madame Bully, practice what you preach….Posted: 11/12/2013 1:09 pm by The Huffington Post

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