The You Tube video showed a group of teenagers relentlessly taunting and verbally abusing their elderly bus monitor on a school bus in Greece, N. The victim, then 68-year-old Karen Klein, immediately received a flood of support from outraged people.
Yet it grabbed the attention of people all over the world.
However, verbal bullying can be equally as harmful as physical bullying.
Girls typically use verbal bullying to dominate others and show their superiority and power.
In some cases, the effects of verbal bullying can reach a point where the victim is so depressed and wants to escape so badly that the victim may turn to substance abuse or, in extreme cases, suicide.
Words can have a significant power and the realities of verbal bullying can have very strong physical and emotional consequences, even if the aggressor never touches the victim.
Often, these instances go unreported because the senior victim may be too ashamed to admit being in such a situation. However, bullying can take on different forms, including: In any of its forms, bullying aims to attack or intimidate another person, with the intention of causing fear, distress, or harm — either physical, verbal, or psychological.
Located in Santa Ana, California, his name was Luis Mijangos.
Girls are generally more subtle than boys, relying on gossip and social exclusion to bully their victims.
However, many boys use verbal bullying techniques, as in the case with Klein, relying on words, rather than physical harm, to bully someone else. Verbal bullying can affect your self-image and create emotional and psychological damage, including low self-esteem and depression.
The malicious software he employed provided access to all files, photos, and videos on the infected computers.
And if they did, he would then threaten them further, notifying them that he knew they had told someone.The malware Mijangos wrote was sophisticated, and he told federal authorities that he designed it specifically to be undetectable to antivirus programs.