Guy Demonstrates How To Stop Bullying Dead In Its Tracks

November 5, 2017

Brooks Gibbs says sociologists have been studying bullying for decades, but they don't call it bullying. They call it dominance behavior. He says that when a bully picks on someone, they are trying to demonstrate their power over that person.

To demonstrate this, Gibbs invites a teenage girl on stage and asks her to bully him. She calls him names, makes fun of his clothes, and Gibbs tries to defend himself. But all that does is make her stronger.

He makes the point that the more upset and angry you get, the easier it is for the bully to have fun.

Then he tells the audience that he is going to try again, and this time he takes a different approach. Watch the difference it makes.

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