How to Protect Yourself from Jeering and Teasing


Are you getting annoyed with people being rude to you? It is quite frustrating and could easily make anyone upset, angry, or even scared if it happens often. Here is the solution.

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They will eventually get bored with you. They'll see that you don't care about what others think, and it'll look like they are the weird ones.

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It's not tattling. Know that tattling is telling on someone for the purpose of getting them in trouble, but it's telling when someone feels or is physically hurt or in trouble. Tell them what happened, when and where, and how you felt after it happened. Tell an adult you can trust. This means a parent, older sibling, uncle/aunt, principal, teacher, school nurse, recess aide, or guidance counselor. If they don't help, aim for the police.

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Try saying, "I don't like when you call me that. Could you stop please?" or "How would you like it if I called you that? This might make them realize just how bad and hurtful their words are.

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When teased, you'll feel angry or sad, or "sad mad". Many bullies have family problems and issues, so they let out all the anger that they bottle up at school on other people. You could prevent yourself from being a bully yourself by letting out your anger in positive ways. Swear them in your diary, punch a pillow, or just yell and scream it all out.

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The reason you are teased may just be because the person is jealous, has no friends, is angry and wants to take it out on you, or has nothing better to do.Be yourself and bring out what you love about yourself. Are you teased about your braces? Smile to the world and think about how nice your teeth will be when they are taken off.