My High School Bully Raw
My High School Bully Raw is a shounen manga that tells the tale of an older man who decides to fight bullying at his high school, only for his bullies to become increasingly powerful; their new leader turns out not only to be bullies but also thieves and liars!
1. He’s a jerk
He’s notorious for being the school’s worst troublemaker, always finding ways to cause chaos for everyone around him. Yet he possesses an unexpected soft side which shines through when around one particular girl; though sometimes he may appear rude towards her, they share an undeniable bond.
Bullies generally test the waters before attacking someone by making small, subtle “pokes,” like light teasing or making fine comments that threaten someone. Most individuals can get away with this if they can come up with an effective comeback quickly or are confident enough to stand up for themselves.
Sophia Gideon, an awkward bookworm, longs for a love interest like those depicted in her books. Unfortunately, however, her wish backfires when she attracts the interest of one of the school’s most vicious bullies – one who enjoys hurting people and revels in it; an enemy seeking power over all things with raw knuckles and blood-covered boots as his trademarks.
2. He’s a liar
TJ was far from being the stereotypical meathead Karofsky archetype that most people associate with bullies. Instead, he excelled academically in Advanced Placement courses and made morning announcements each day about his accomplishments. Charming and charming, TJ often sat at the head of his lunch table like an absolute monarch.
He was also known to lie; when teachers did not want him in on what they were doing, he would make up lies about them to keep him away. Additionally, he once threatened an African-American student in front of a classroom full of both students and teachers who feared challenging his threatening behavior.
3. He’s a bully
Bullies are defined as individuals who harass others, typically those who are weaker or smaller, to feel powerful and in control, gain attention, or cause jealousy among their peers. While bullies don’t always intend harm, they do need help.
Bullies often act out of anger, stress, or frustration and might also have experienced bullying themselves as children; perhaps they enjoy exerting their authority over others by using physical, verbal, or cyberbullying techniques to harass, tease, or insult another individual; this includes making nasty gestures such as making offensive comments such as making obscene gestures while calling someone names and harmful teasing; cyberbullying refers to sending gossip or rumors via social media or text message.
If you feel you are being bullied, tell someone in authority. If that person can’t be your parent or friend, try telling a teacher, principal, playground safety representative, or counselor instead. Reporting bullying can prevent severe problems in the form of physical danger and harm for all parties involved.
Be careful to avoid responding violently when bullies attack or threaten you, even if they hurt or offend. Bullies look for signs that you are upset and reacting in any way; if they sense any reaction, they’ll continue picking on you. Also, avoid cheering him on because this might encourage further bullying behavior from him. It would also be wise to avoid places where bullies feel comfortable picking on you, such as corners of the playground, lonely corridors, or behind large furniture in class – try surrounding yourself with friends who will stand up for you or try surrounding yourself with friends who will stand up for you against him – otherwise, try walking away and ignoring him until eventually they leave alone!
5. He’s a liar
Bullies tend to get stuck in their anger and fear, failing to see alternate means to satisfy their needs. One high school student needed an attorney’s help after being bullied for being Jewish by his teacher, leading her to throw him off of a team, which may now impede his college chances. One way you can diffuse their negative energy is by being their friend and helping meet their individual needs for connection and significance; at first, this may make them suspicious, but slowly but surely, you can shift dynamics by diffusing negativity with positive actions.