The emergence of bullying behavior usually starts at the earlier stages of elementary school and as time passes by it takes a serious picture of entertainment by mocking and bullying. Observations have revealed that bullies are likely to endure an experience i.e. ‘inconsistent authoritarian parenting style’. It has been ascertained that the identification of the base factors responsible for the bullying behavior can be done in the home and the surrounding environment that can lead to timely monitoring of the concerned emotional behavior (Bauer et al., 2006).
Concerning bullying as an emotional factor, one major risk associated with it is considered as partner violence. It has been observed from various studies and experiences that the children experiencing negative environment back at their homes are likely to develop negative relationship configurations. This study is aiming to discuss a personal issue i.e. being bullied in the childhood. It further entails to discussion about the life stage of development considering a psychological Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development.
School for any children can be a place of enjoyment or it might get transferred into a hell. I have also faced such horrified situations that have emotionally challenged my psychology and mental steadiness. The narration of my own personal experience will provide a clear picture of emotional degradation that is associated with childhood bullying. During my school days, I used to be the target of my peers unkind bullying behavior. They used to push me of the staircase and at times also slam the door on my hand among others grave acts. The physical pain of mine was an enjoyment for them. I am a kind of person, who is quite shy by nature and intelligent. I like to keep to myself and consequently childhood implications have made me even more introvert. During my high-school days, bullying behavior turned out to be more