Bullying by peers has even more severe effects on adulthood mental health than mistreatment by adults in childhood

By Ashley Strickland Bullying can be defined by many things. It’s teasing, name-calling, stereotyping, fighting, exclusion, spreading rumors, public shaming and aggressive intimidation. It can be in person and online. But it can no longer be considered a rite of passage that strengthens character, new research suggests. Adolescents who are bullied by their peers actuallyContinue reading “Bullying by peers has even more severe effects on adulthood mental health than mistreatment by adults in childhood”