Bullies Who Have Anger Issues

Many bullies have anger issues. If you’re a target of these types of bullies, I want to warn you that things can get dangerous very quickly. These overly aggressive bullies will make you pay dearly when you don’t bow down and let them have their way with you. And they usually come back at you with explosive outbursts of rage, vicious cursing, and name-calling.

This kind of person is like a petulant child throwing a temper tantrum. Bullies of this caliber will:

1.turn red-faced, curse and scream at you to the top of their lungs,

2. call you the vilest names

3. hurl objects at you from across the room.

4. destroy your personal property

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Many of my classmates were these types- people who had only reached a two-year-old’s maturity level and stopped there. It seemed that when I wouldn’t be their puppet, they’d get physical and try to beat me into submission.

Understand that these kinds of bullies can’t ask for what they want respectfully because, if they do, they’ll only be giving you the freedom to say no. They would give you a chance to cut those puppet strings. Then where would that leave them?

It would leave them without a target.

Some of them will threaten you with:

1. “If you don’t do this, I’ll kick your a**.”

2. “If you say that, I’ll beat the sh** out of you.”

And some may not. But! You know the threat is there because these bullies will give you that threatening look or they loom just a little too close to intimidate you. Their body language speaks for them. Their nostrils will flair like a bull getting ready to charge, or they face you with a threatening stance while clenching their fists. They are the classic bullies.

Realize that overly aggressive bullies are so afraid of losing control of you. They react with rage if you don’t comply or take the abuse.

As I type this, I think about one bully, in particular, I’ll call her Kitty.

If there’s one thing I remember about her, it’s her volatile temper. During the eighth grade, I remember standing in the lunch line, and Kitty shoving me from behind and screaming at me to move. She pushed me so hard that she almost knocked me to the floor.

I don’t know what came over me that day, but people had bullied me for a few years, and I finally got fed up. I shouted back, telling her to keep away from me and not to ever put her hands on me again. Suddenly, her eyes flashed, and she grabbed a steak knife from the utensil section. Back then, schools used real silverware, not plastic cutlery. And she lunged at me with it.

To this day, I can still remember the white-knuckled grip she had on the potential weapon. Luckily, the principal and several male teachers grabbed and restrained her before she could attack. And mind you, Kitty was a huge 200+ pound, and close to six feet tall gargantuan. I was only, maybe, 110-120 lbs and five foot three or four. So, she could’ve done considerable damage without the knife. Lord knows what she would’ve done with it.

Then, there was the incident in the principal’s office after she’d tried to attack me in the classroom when she went berserk and grabbed the principal’s nameplate off his desk and charged me with it. Luckily, the principal and another teacher restrained her.

So, I want to warn you that, yes, such people exist and they’re dangerous. It’s best to avoid these types of bullies if possible. However, understand that overly-aggressive bullies are the type who will also hunt you down if you’re not available.

Kitty was that type. You couldn’t avoid her for long.

If a bully tracks you down, I can only tell you this. If the school won’t punish these crazies, the best thing to do is document the bullying and keep a journal of it, using the 5W rule. You should also contact the police and get a restraining order against these kinds of bullies. In doing these things, you establish records of past abuse, and these records can serve as evidence in court in the event the person maims you, or worse. You may also need to transfer schools to ensure your safety.

Do everything you can to take care of yourself and stay safe.

44 thoughts on “Bullies Who Have Anger Issues

  1. Thank you Cherie for shining the light on the evils of bullies and bullying. I’m wishing you much happiness and all good things in 2021! Happy New Year! Be well & stay safe.

  2. My son was being attacked during PE class in high school.

    Growing up he had learning disabilities and was at the age that he would have been arrested and charged with assualt if he fought back.

    So I had a meeting with the Principal who called it the teacher/coach who was a woman.

    I told them both that if the attacks didn’t stop right then and there.

    I was going to get the names of the students involved, file a police report and take out warrants and have them arrested.

    The attacks stopped immediately.

    • That’s awesome that you stood up for your son. It seems that kids with learning difficulties are the kids bullies attack most. It goes to show what cowards the kids were who picked on your son. Way to go for warning the school that you’d get the police involved and ensuring your son’s safety! πŸ™‚πŸ‘

      • Thank you! This was the second incident that occured in the second high school my son attended.

        In the first incident (occurring in the first high school my son attended) it was a black male; who tried to pull his shorts down outside in a PE class of mixed genders.

        They wanted to punish my son for defending himself; threatening to have him arrested if we didn’t cave in.

        I asked for a meeting with the teacher and the administrator handling the incident.

        They refused so I left a message on the administrators voicemail.

        That I was going to take my son to the local police department, file a police report then take out a warrant charging the black boy with sexual assault.

        After that I told them that I was going to retain an attorney and go after the both parents of the boy, themselves and the school.

        It was amazing to see them do a somersault backing down; by turning the case over to an administrator whom I both knew and trusted.

        After that I let my son make the decision as to how he wanted to handle the situation.

        My only regret is that I didn’t force the issue with school board.

        Because the Principal was black, whom his white secretary told me he would not meet with me, requiring me to write him a letter which he purposely ignored.

        This incident is also the reason why I take a hard line on the racism of the Black Lives Matter and other so called civil rights movements.

        • It’s good that you stood up for your son. Many parents of targets are either scared to stand up for their child, don’t believe their child, or…when they do stand up for their school, the school retaliates against the parent by sending CPS after them and threatening to break up their family.

          I’m so glad that things turned out well for you both. And I agree with you about BLM- they are racists, and also Marxists. Their movement is a farce and they’re really out yo being Socialism in, destroy America, and take away freedom.

      • BTW my son has been employed by the same employer for 13 yrs.

        He is well liked and respected by those in upper management.

        Not bad for someone who couldn’t retain what he learned from one day to the next in his early years of schooling.

        At one time he was even listed as being retarded because of his disability.

        Sometimes certain disabilities will resolve themselves as the brain matures – the trick is to help the individual to successfully deal with their intellectual limitations until it does.

  3. I’ve worked a total of 39 yrs in two factories and one thing I noticed was that men who toed the line at home.

    Who were dominated by their wives would bully other men; smaller, physically weaker and less connected with the higher ups.

    Then themselves in order to assuage and assert their suppressed manhood.

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