Damning Verdict on the Effect of Bullying
An extensive study has suggested the quality of life of children who get bullied in their earlier years is negatively impacted when they become adults.
Laura Bogart of Boston Children's Hospital states that mental health measures such as being sad, afraid or angry were more common in those bullied in comparison to those that were not.
Physical traits such as walking long distances and lifting heavy objects proved to be more difficult for those who had been bullied as children.
“This is overwhelming support for early intervention” Bogart says.
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