Cyberbullying, harassment, embarrassing others, tormenting, threatening or humiliating, and spousal abuse are all considered 'bullying.' It happens to children, teens, and adults. It occurs in pre-school, elementary school, college, home, and in the workplace. It is apparent in all walks of life. Bullying occurs in every town, city, state, province and country, and it has many ugly faces. But with today's technology, mobile phones, internet, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and a host of other platforms, I'm going to emphasize more on children, students, and teens, because that is where it commences and for most, carries over into their adult lives. Most of the time, children don't even bother telling their parents that they are being bullied. This is because they do not want to be embarrassed before their parents. It is the innate nature of a child to make his parents proud, and when they find out that he is being bullied by another student, wouldn't the parents think that their child is not ready to stand up for himself? This is the first mistake that children make; not telling their parents. And this is what a bully thrives on. He knows that there's going to be no action against him. He knows that there isn't going to be anybody from a higher age group to stop him.