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Infographic: The Truth About Bullying

Bullying is a problem that seems to stain the lives of every generation of kids and yet we fail, as a society, to adequately deal and route out the core problem. How many more young lives must be ruined before we get a handle on this damaging practise? Bullying is like a disease, if you let it take hold it can ruin lives. That’s why schools, communities and friends need to take action at the first sign of trouble. Otherwise sustained bullying can have a long term damaging effect on the psychology of those on the receiving end.

This graphic is intended to shed light on this important subject matter.

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14 comments

  1. My son was bullied when he was in Grade school. It’s saddening to know that so many kids are victims of bullying. Great infographic as always!

  2. I went back to school in my 50’s when I was out of work. I was bullied by a group of 4 people in every class with with a weak or non-tenured teacher. I went to the program coordinator who referred me to the dean. I went to the dean 3 or 4 times but nothing changed. Then he was promoted and the position was not filled while I was there. I even went to the student council. Nothing changed. There is no way I would work in that field for fear I would run into one of them in a job.

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