Why Are Bullies So Mean? A Youth Psychology Expert Explains What’s Behind Their Harmful Behavior

November 30, 2023 | The Skanner

Sara Goldstein, Professor of Human Development, University of Delaware via The Conversation | The Skanner

Being bullied can make your life miserable, and decades of research prove it: Bullied children and teens are at risk for anxiety, depression, dropping out of school, peer rejection, social isolation and self-harm.

Adults can be bullied too, often at a job, and they may suffer just as much as kids do.

Analysis of the world, from expertsYou can help stop bullying in your school or workplace.

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