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How bullying affects teens

Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including. Bullying can have serious short term and long term effects for both the bully investigated the long-term psychological effects of adolescents. From there, we will take a closer look at who, exactly, is affected when bullying occurs (spoiler alert: it isn't just the victim) as well as the psychological impacts. Aug 16,  · A number of studies reveal the lasting effects of bullying on both the bullied and the bullies themselves. Share on Pinterest Last week the New York Post reported on the suicide of Author: Roberta Alexander And Brian Krans. Jump to: Short Term Effects (Victim) Short Term Effects (Bully) LongTerm Effects (Victim) LongTerm Effects (Bully) Bullying is a serious threat to our youth today. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), bullying affects 20% of high school students and cyberbullying affects 16% of high school students. Bullying affects teenagers to a concerning extent and can happen to anyone. Around one third of Australian students say they have experienced bullying at some point. Often people feel powerless against bullying. However, as parents it’s possible to take action against bullying to create safer environments for your child.
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