Study Links Childhood Bullying With Depression, Anxiety in Young Adults — 1 Comment

  1. Hardly surprising but it is good to have hard evidence of the long-term psychological damage that can result from being bullied. All schools need to have strong anti-bullying policies in place, and be prepared to take firm action when bullying is noticed or reported; educate pupils on the harm that can be caused and what to do if they are experiencing bullying; and be vigilant in identifying children who are either at risk of, or are actually bullying or being bullied. Zero tolerance of bullying should be the aim.