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The Silent Epidemic of Bullying

The Silent Epidemic of Bullying

Bullying is a silent epidemic. There are those who risk to become depressed and anxious and those who risk to become antisocial people. Both of them are condamned to suffer. Suffering makes them live the same condition, have the same pathology. Thus, bullying is about sociology, psychology, […]

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What Does Bullying Mean

What Does Bullying Mean

Bullying means fear, isolation and violence. When bullying is tolerated, fear reigns above all and violence is the rule. And the worse the violence, the greater the fear, the stronger the bully. Basically, teachers are afraid of bullying because of reprisals and menaces from the bully or […]

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Bullying Ruins Lives

Bullying Ruins Lives

Bullying has a total destructive potential; everyone who knows bullying knows it perfectly. The worst of bullying are its permanent effects. The stigma of bullying lasts forever. Bullying is everywhere, whoever the victim, whatever the effects, especially when it comes to cyberbullying. Not only does bullying hit the […]

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Why Bullying Makes You Stop Living

Why Bullying Makes You Stop Living

Bullying Kills. Those who are victims of bullying stop living. Not only those who die tragically by committing suicide because of bullying or those who lose life by being bashed, punched or beaten up. Other people stop living too. They are those who are forced by fear […]

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No More Bullying

No More Bullying

“No more bullying” is more than a teens’ issue. Prevention of bullying is rather a social investment. Every action aiming at improving the physical and psychological well-being of the youngest has lasting effects on the next generations. But to be effective, such investment must aim at shaping […]

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Cyberbullying and Bullying: Why They Make Life Unliveable

Cyberbullying and Bullying: Why They Make Life Unliveable

Anonymity, pervasivity and difficulty of traceability make cyberbullying more threatful than traditional bullying. Even if anonymity is true only in appearance, since digital footprints cannot be removed, all the above mentioned characteristics are the reasons why bullies persist on their bullying behaviours and don’t stop. Basically they […]

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Why Bullying Victims Portrait Is Always the Same

Why Bullying Victims Portrait Is Always the Same

When it comes to bullying victims, it becomes obvious that the portrait of bullying victims is always the same. Bullying is everywhere and it also hurts anyone. The same are the mechanisms of persecution; the same the effects on the victim. And their silence strengthens the abuse. Vulnerability, […]

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Why Relaunching Families Means Fighting Bullying From Within

Why Relaunching Families Means Fighting Bullying From Within

In fighting bullying, family is the key resource. Families have a central role and a significant weight in preventing bullying or cyberbullying events and victimization. But to understand that point, it is necessary to re-discover the profound and intrinsic value family has. Family is the heart of human […]

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How People React to Bullying

How People React to Bullying

How people react to bullying? They don’t. People rarely talk about their bullying experience because they are afraid and are ashamed. Basically they can’t react until they understand they need. Instead they must. Because if they react to bullying they become strongest ever. How should they react to bullying? I would recommend to adopt […]

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