Bullying Behavior VS Normal Conflict

Bullying Behavior Normal Conflict
  • Often repeated
  • Purposeful (functional)
  • Can be serious threat of emotional or physical harm
  • Strong emotional reaction from target of behaviors
  • No remorse/blames target
  • Limited effort to solve problem
  • Happens occasionally
  • Accidental
  • No serious emotional harm
  • Equal emotional reaction
  • Not trying to get something
  • Remorse/takes responsibility
  • Effort to resolve problem
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