How bullying affects teens

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Federal government websites often end in. This site is secure. Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying.

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We all know that bullying can leave our children with bumps and bruises. But the effects of bullying can last for many years and can cause serious issues into adolescence and even adulthood. Bullying and depression often go hand in hand.

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The classroom, where a group of kids repeatedly taunt the youngest child in the class for being stupid. From the vantage point of adulthood, bullying is mean-spirited and pointless, but it is unfortunately a regular part of childhood. Luckily, bullying has finally entered the media spotlight, and the public outcry is forcing parents, teachers, administrators and policy-makers to step up to the plate and do something.

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Bullying can have a wide-ranging impact on teens - from victims to those who witness bullying, to the bullies themselves - and affect each one well into adulthood. Bullying can lead teenagers to feel tense, anxious, and afraid. It can affect their concentration in school, and can lead them to avoid school in some cases.

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Brain research is revealing that bullying is more than just an unfortunate part of growing up. It can cause long-term changes to the brain that leads to cognitive and emotional deficits as serious as the harm done by child abuse. The stress caused by bullying can negatively affect the developing brain.

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By Helen Phillips, San Diego. The age at which kids first fall victim to bullying could influence how strongly they are affected, suggests a new study. And, surprisingly, it is not the youngest kids who are hurt the most in the long term.

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Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Almost half of the poorer mental health we see in teenagers with a disability is due to bullying, our new research shows. If we could stop the high levels of bullying that adolescents with a disability experience, we could make a big difference to their health, learning and wellbeing.

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School bullying has come under the spotlight after a wave of armed attacks rocked Russia over the past year, while an online game was blamed for more than teen suicides in An estimated Meanwhile, surveys suggest that five times more children are bullied than is identified by teachers, Kommersant reported, citing Olga Kalininchenko, a professor at the Far Eastern Federal University.

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Bullying can affect physical and emotional health, both in the short term and later in life. It can lead to physical injury, social problems, emotional problems, and even death. Children and adolescents who are bullies are at increased risk for substance use, academic problems, and violence to others later in life.

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Bullying is a serious threat to our youth today. Bullying can have negative short and long-term consequences for both the victim and the bully. While traditional intervention for bullying tends to include getting help for the victim and establishing consequences for the bully, it should be noted that both the victim and the bully benefit from psychosocial support.

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