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Bullying Test (Am I Being Bullied?)

    Bullying Test Am I Being Bullied

    Are you being bullied at work, school, or at home? Bullying occurs when someone is picked on by another individual or group. It can be defined as the act of using coercion, threat or abuse to dominate another person. Take this short quiz to detect whether you are being bullied1

    Learn More About Bullying

    Bullying is when someone uses their power to control or harm you.

    It’s aggressive and is usually portrayed as an attack, either mentally or physically. Bullies are often physically bigger or more popular in school than their victims, which gives them their power. It can exist in many forms: It can be physical (pushing, punching, or hitting); verbal (name-calling or threats); or psychological and emotional (spreading rumors or excluding someone from a conversation or activity).

    Child development professionals suggest that if parents think their child is being bullied, they should take it seriously and encourage their child to talk about it. Remaining calm and supportive, and reassuring them that he or she is not to blame for the victimization can go a long way in creating a safe space for the child. They may even feel comfortable enough to talk about it.

    Parents should try to gain details about their child’s bullying and who is involved. It may be hard to understand why a person engages in bullying behaviour. However, evidence suggests that bullying envy and resentment may be some of the motives of bullying. It is also essential to teach the child how to respond to being bullied assertively without getting upset. The child may also find it helpful to stay with other students and a teacher so the bully has less opportunity to engage in the behavior.

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    Instructions For Taking Bullying Test

    A list of questions is mentioned below that relate to life experiences that are common among people who have been bullied. Please read each question carefully, and choose the option that indicates how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few months.

    Approx time – 8 minutes
    No. of questions – 15