A bully is not typically, a happy cheerful person. Because, let's face it, happy people don't feel the need to hurt others. So why does your bully feel he needs to?
If you have keenly observed as of yet, you may already have some clue as to what family life, or lack thereof, Meanie McPunkpants has. 9 out of 10 times, that's where his issues root from. You can 1) empathetically try to befriend the bully, and let him know you earnestly sympathasize for his difficult life, and that you hope it improves. Or, if that venue doesn't seem feasible, 2) try hitting the monster-maker. That's right, take it to his parentoids, his guardians, whomever "care" for his existence. Get the progenitors involved. Pronto.
|Victim informing parents, which quite concerned, promise action!|
More than likely, they have little or no clue as to what is going on with McPunkpant's life. So your job is to let them know. Try not to sound immature, try to get them in person, or write a letter if that doesn't work, and fill them in on their little monster's life. Again, make sure you are sincere, like you really are worried about this person- and not just want them off your back, and hope that they find happiness with themselves. One of two things can happen. They can appreciate your time, your interest, and admire your remarkable wisdom, and promise to look into it- OR they can curse you out and send you flying faster than a G6.
If the latter happens, you've now struck out twice. What's next? Follow up on Bullies & Life, Part 4.