To protect yourself from bullies
You should always stay with a friend
It's better to be in a group
Than alone and unable to defend
Billy's Tip: The above poem shares a simple tactic. A friend serves two purposes in a bullying situation. One, the bully recognizes that you are not alone and may not be strong enough to tackle two people at the same time. This divides his energy and effectiveness. Second, a buddy is a witness who can also go for help. Teaching a young child the importance of doing things in pairs is a safety technique. The technique is just as valid as we grow older. The adult bully is also less likely to attach when others who are loyal to the intended victim are present.
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