Bullying Consequences

What Is Adult Bullying

What Is Adult Bullying?

The topic of bullying typically revolves around the younger sect of society, but today we want to tackle the question What Is Adult Bullying? While many individuals would laugh and say there is no such thing, for those of us who have experienced adult bullying it is a real and true experience. Most commonly noted …

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Bullying Responsibility

My Little Pony Bullying Incident: What are We Failing to do About Bullying?

With young kids trying to kill themselves over bullying, the question doesn’t become about who is to blame for the epidemic. It becomes a matter of taking responsibility. A recent story coming out of North Carolina caught my attention because it made painfully clear that we, as a society, are not doing nearly enough in …

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Counseling after being bullied

Bullying Awareness: How to Determine if Your Child Needs Counseling After Being Bullied

Your child has been bullied, now what? As a parent, how do you know if you child will be okay or require mental health counseling? Being bullied was once considered a rite of passage and a way to toughen up. Today, we know that this traditional view on bullying is unacceptable and that bullying can …

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Bullying Victims

Bullying Victims are More Likely to Suffer from Emotional Disorders as Adults

The impact for bullying victims doesn’t end when a child graduates from school and gets away from the bully. A recent study found that the effects of bullying can follow children well into the adult years. It can result in depression and more cases of suicide. William Copeland, a professor at Duke University, recently published …

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Victims of Bullying Are More Likely to Engage in Self-Harming Behaviors

As if victims of bullying don’t already suffer enough at the hands of the aggressor, studies indicate that they are also at an increased risk of harming themselves. A recent study performed by Kings College London and published in the British Journal discovered that bullied children under the age of 12 were a whopping three …

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