Face-to-face is a frontal and violent version of bullying. In the picture to the right, there is an example of face-to-face bullying. It often leads to injury as well. Face-to-face may also occur most of time. It mostly occurs in lunch rooms, hallways and mostly in deep dark alleys. Sometimes face-to-face might get people injured, broken bones or worst, death. But this isn't not for scaring you this is for you to know but don't you worry! Their is people, adults and even your friends all around you that can help you. Don't be shy, ask a trusted adult if your a needed with bullying help.
CyberbullyingCyberbullying is when you use a cell phone, the internet, or send a mean message to somebody that you don't even like or talk to.
Behind the back bullying is when someone says something bad about someone else behind their back.As you see in this picture that face to face bullying.Behind the back is when a person talks about someone and rumors start to spread.
Bullying: "To act the bully toward; intimidate; domineer"
Victim: "A person who suffers from a destructive or injurious action or agency"
Bully: "A blustering, quarrelsome, overbearing person who habitually badgers and/or intimidates smaller or weaker people"
Bystander: "a person present but not involved"