The Difference Between Teasing and Bullying - Deepstash
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  • Teasing and bullying are different.
  • Not all teasing is bad. Sometimes it’s playful and helps kids bond.
  • When teasing is meant to hurt and done over and over, it can become bull...

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The Difference Between Teasing and Bullying

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Good-natured teasing is a way for people to communicate with each other. It’s a social exchange.

  • Many kids tease each other to bond or form relationships. When the best ...

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Verbal bullying is different from teasing. It’s not done to make friends or to relate to someone. Just the opposite: The goal is to embarrass the victim and make the bully look bet...

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Maybe you’ve heard that kids are teasing your child or your student at school. You can ask a few questions to see whether it’s good-natured or harmful:

  • Are the kids who tease you your fr...

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  • Teasing can sometimes lead to bullying.
  • Kids who struggle with social skills need help understanding how to react to teasing.
  • If kids are being teased, asking specific question...

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