Bullying can be one of the toughest situations a child or adult can face – and can arise in many forms from verbal to physical to emotional. It can manifest in a variety of ways including via the Internet (i.e. cyberbullying) and by spreading rumors. The aftermath of bullying can last a lifetime, providing a sense of hurt, isolation and fear.
According to the, as many as half of all children are bullied at some time during their school years, and at least 10% are bullied regularly.
Additional resources from stopbullying.gov:
- that helps explain bullying, even to very young kids
- which demonstrates what bullying can lead to
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