Doctor David Bull explains…bullying

Bull, David
February 2011
Gay Times (09506101);Feb2011, Issue 389, p110
The article offers information about bullying, and on how to deal with bullies. It defines bullying as an act of repeated aggressive behaviour aimed at intentionally hurting another person. It discusses bullying in school and in the workplace. The article explains the three main forms of bullying, which could be physical, verbal or social. It also shows that bullying can cause real physical and psychological symptoms. The article advises victims of bullying to remember that tell someone about the abuse, and try to ignore the bully.


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