Bullying Awareness Week November 16 – 22, 2014

Many young people have been bullied at some point in their lives - and behind every instance is a personal, painful story.

Have you been the victim of bullying? Or, maybe you were the one doing the bullying – or, the person who stood by and watched. It isn’t always easy to talk about, but bringing it out in the open and sharing our experiences helps us learn, and can help others who may be experiencing bullying as well.


You may not hear a lot about adult bullying, but it is a problem. Read this article to learn more about different types of adult bullies and get some ideas on how to deal with an adult bully. Adult bullying is a serious problem and may require legal action.

One would think that as people mature and progress through life, that they would stop behaviors of their youth. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Sadly, adults can be bullies, just as children and teenagers can be bullies. While adults are more likely to use verbal bullying as opposed to physical bullying, the fact of the matter is that adult bullying exists. The goal of an adult bully is to gain power over another person, and make himself or herself the dominant adult. They try to humiliate victims, and "show them who is boss."

CyberBullying is using the Internet, cell phones, video game systems, or other technology to send or post text or images intended to hurt or embarrass another person. It is also defined as acts of aggression through computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices” (Jackson & Cohen, 2012).


Yet nothing on parental bullying?

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