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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Relationship Between Bullying and Suicide Media reports often link bullyingwith suicide. However most youth who are bullied do not havethoughts of suicide or engage in suicidal behaivors. Although kids who are bulliedare at risk of suicide, bullying alone is not always the cause. Some of the other causes of suicide include, depression, problems at home, and trauma history, Additionally, specific groups have increased risk of suicide, including American Indian, Alaskan NativeAsian American, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Bullies Target Bystanders This risk can be increased further when these kids are not supported by parents, peers, and schools.Bullying can make an unsupportive situation worse.As school staff in daily contact with young people, you are uniquely affected by these events and may feel enormous pressure to help prevent them in the future. There are steps schools can take to create safe and supportive environments for allstudents. What does bully mean to me? A bully is someone who continues to pickon someone constantly and want stop and keeps hurting them or starting rumors andit makes people feel bad about themselves Suicide? Basically what I think suicide is where you take your life because of bullying or just not wanting to be on this Earth because ofdepression or not enough comfort. Bullying and Suicide Both victims and perpetrators of bullying are at the highest riskare more likely to be depressed than children who are not involvedin bullying. Depression is a majorrisk factor for suicide. Bullyingis associated with increases in suicide risk in young peoplewho are victims of bullyingas well as increases in depression and other problemsassociated with suicide. Cites:www,children' Cites: www.children'
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