If you enjoy making other people feel small, or enjoy making people fear you it is likely that you are bullying other people.
This bullying could take many different forms. Maybe you like to tease people by name calling or making nasty remarks, but take it one step too far. Maybe you like to hit other people, punching and kicking them, making them fear you. Maybe you like to make others feel unwanted by trying to exclude them out of everything that you and your friends do. Perhaps you like to send malicious emails and text messages to people that you don't like.
Are you the sort of person who behaves aggresively? This may include trying to get your own way all the time, or getting people to do things they don't want to do, shouting at people or being violent towards others. You may appear confident outwardly, however on the inside you could be very unconfident, and you are probably bullying others because of your own personal problems. You may be being bullied at home - being abused by a parent or brother or sister, or being bullied at school by others. It is important that you don't take out your problems on other people.
Taken from: http://www.bullywatch.org/amiabully.htm
Define "making other people small." Make them lose their self-confidence? Underestimate their accomplishments? Always scorn at their choices? Make fun of others' misfortunes? For what purpose?
For making yourself higher? Because you feel insecure & scared of your own imperfections?
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