Bullying is a series of repeated, negative acts by a person or a group of people against another person.
These acts may be physical, or using words and threats -- for example, hitting or kicking, teasing or taunting -- or they may involve less obvious actions such as excluding people from activities on purpose.
There is always an imbalance in power between the bully and victim.
Bullying is *not* a one-time action, such as someone shoving you in the lunch line. It might still be wrong, and you should still tell a teacher or adult if you are harmed, but it is not bullying.
Check out the videos - and if after watching them and reading this, you think you are the victim of bullying, then click the ‘Fill out a report’ link below to complete a form to report the actions of a bully.