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A List of Reasons For Being Bullied, Harassed, Abused, Threatened and Personally Injured
by Richard Brayson
It is interesting to know, that people who get bullied or injured in some other way, are usually people that possess one, some or all of the following attributes:
Are often attractive with beautiful features.
Have a good figure. Excellent fashion taste.
Are humorous, loving, funny, warm personalities.
Are noticed. Stand out from a crowd.
Have a positive and loving aura.
Are caring, conscientious and very friendly.
Love life and all it can bring.
Work hard and have so much to offer an employer.
Are great team players and popular with work mates.
Have a beautiful look about them and/or their behaviour.
Are warm hearted and make lots of friends easily.
Are decent, and honest.
Are clean and have morals.
Have the ability to make a positive difference in the world.
Are not corrupt minded and have no bad blood in them whatsoever.
Are looked up at and respected without trying to impress.
Are sensitive, shy, self conscious, and loyal.
Are caring and can communicate with ease.
Are unique and see the world with possibilities.
Are intelligent, analytical, understanding and observant.
Always look good and hardly age.
Are great team players which can make a positive difference in a work place.
Only 1% to 5% percent of people in the world carrying some, most or all of these qualities, so imagine those who don't even have one. Bullies are individuals that lack some or all of above and for revenge lash out at those that have them. Once victims realise what makes them tick they can then understand what makes them also a target. Once victims overcome the hurdles, they can move mountains with their minds, and are the reason behind a good earth. Bullies on the other hand, besides looking for more targets, often can't understand the purpose of their own existence.