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5. Freedom and adventure

5. Freedom and adventure

People who craves freedom and adventure, may bully others who they see as obstacles to their independence or autonomy. They may use manipulation or deceit to undermine the authority of others and assert their own desires.

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Bullying behavior is complex and can arise from a variety of personal, social, and environmental factors that extend beyond these. Below are some examples of how someone might engage in bullying behavior towards another

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