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The Effects of Bullying on Children

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Effects on the bullied victim can include: • Social isolation • Feelings of shame • Sleep disturbance • Changes in eating habits • Low self-esteem • School avoidance • Symptoms of anxiety • Bedwetting • Higher risk of illness • Psychosomatic symptoms (stomachaches, headaches, muscle aches, other. Comparatively, the short-term mental health effects of bullying for a bully include: Anxiety Depression Self-destructive behavior Difficulty building and/or maintaining social relationships Suicidal thoughts. Cause & Effect of Bullying: Psychological Problems.

Students involved in bullying often have underlying psychological problems. Bullies often suffer from depression while victims often suffer from anxiety problems. Treating the underlying psychological issues can correct the bullying and victimization problems. The psychological effects of bullying include depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, self-harming behavior (especially for girls), alcohol and drug use and dependence, aggression, and involvement in violence or crime (especially for boys). Many of these effects of bullying can be short term, but there are also long-term consequences.

In particular, if the bullying continues for a prolonged period of time. Children who are routinely bullied are: At greater risk of depression and lower self-esteem later in life. Bullying has detrimental effects on students’ health, wellbeing and learning. It can make students feel lonely, unhappy and frightened.

It’s not just the students being bullied who are affected. Most students say they don’t like seeing bullying in their school – it makes them feel worried and uncomfortable. Effects of Bullying Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide. It is important to talk to kids to determine whether bullying—or something else—is a concern.

Short-Term Effects of Teen Bullying Bullying can cause mental illness. Mental illness is a broad term that refers to conditions that create disorder in a person’s mood, thought processes and behavior. 1 Examples include anxiety disorders, eating disorders and depression. Any of these disorders can be brought on rapidly by bullying.

When a person is bullied it can be very traumatizing and leave long term and short-term effects. There are several things that can happen immediately after a person starts getting bullied. People can experience depression, eating disorders, and anxiety as a result.

Sleeping disorders can also be part of the aftermath of bullying. Psychosomatic Symptoms Develop Very Early Within months of the commencement of the bullying, these victims developed both psychological and psychosomatic symptoms. They experienced an inability to concentrate and/or sleep, mood swings, panic attacks, anxiety, depression, despair, and fear.

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Youths who experience long-term teasing and bullying are at increased risk for detrimental psychological effects, including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, social withdrawal, violent retaliation, and suicide (Bellenir, 2006; Health Resources and Services Administration, n.d.).

“Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book” by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
from Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book
by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

The impact of bullying on students is devastating and often leads to social isolation, emotional distress, depression, psychosomatic illness, anxiety, sleep disorder, panic, and an inability to concentrate on educational learning (Forero, McLellan, Rissel, &

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All forms of bullying result in negative consequences to the victims, including anxiety, depression, lowered self-esteem, impaired social relations, and school avoidance.

“Encyclopedia of Adolescence” by Roger J.R. Levesque
from Encyclopedia of Adolescence
by Roger J.R. Levesque
Springer New York, 2014

The consequences of bullying include depression, long-term psychopathology, suicidality, psychosomatic symptoms, and psychoses.

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by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
Elsevier, 2013

Bullying affects a large number of children and lays the groundwork for long-term depression, suicidality, psychotic symptoms, conduct problems, and psychosomatic concerns seen in children.

“Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 2-Volume Set” by Robert M. Kliegman, MD, Bonita F. Stanton, MD, Joseph St. Geme, MD, Nina F Schor, MD, PhD
from Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 2-Volume Set
by Robert M. Kliegman, MD, Bonita F. Stanton, MD, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Victims of bullying may experience a wide variety of academic, emotional, and social problems, including lower grades, truancy, social anxiety, low selfesteem, suicidal thoughts/behavior, mental health issues, hostility, and delinquency.

“It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens” by Danah Boyd
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by Danah Boyd
Yale University Press, 2014

Victims of bullies may feel anxious or depressed and may react by withdrawing from peers or striking out against them.

“Child Development” by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
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by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
SAGE Publications, 2013

Being physically hurt and the victim of rumours were the next most frequent forms of bullying in both primary and middle schools.

“The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective” by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, Josine JOSINE JUNGER-TAS, Philip PHILIP SLEE, Yohji MORITA, D. A. N. OLWEUS
from The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective
by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, et. al.
Routledge, 1999

They found that participants who experienced workplace bullying reported more negative affect, as well as more symptoms of depression and anxiety and lower levels of social support, than those who were not bullied.

“Handbook of Occupational Health and Wellness” by Robert J. Gatchel, Izabela Z. Schultz
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by Robert J. Gatchel, Izabela Z. Schultz
Springer US, 2012

• The consequences of bullying on the child who is bullied include isolation, lack of self-esteem, feelings of not being accepted, anger, being withdrawn, truancy, and poor eating habits.

“Preventing Bullying Through Science, Policy, and Practice” by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Health and Medicine Division, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, Committee on Law and Justice, Board on Children, Youth, and Families, Committee on the Biological and Psychosocial Effects of Peer Victimization: Lessons for Bullying Prevention, Suzanne Le Menestrel, Frederick Rivara
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by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Health and Medicine Division, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2016

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  • im being bullied for walking on my toes and i cant stop people calling me tippytoes even the people who i thought were my friends and it makes me so mad at myself and i cant help it. even a teacher told me to stop but i just cant

  • TIMESTAMPS
    00:55 PTSD
    01:40 Anti Social Behaviour
    02:48 Depression
    03:34 Suicidal Thoughts
    04:30 Relationships
    05:10 Trust Issues

  • Such a good video, Bahman!! Bullying definitely leaves deep scars. I think both ends can truly suck but I’ve only been on the receiving end so I can speak to that more. When it persists for so long, you sometimes think hey, something maybe is really wrong with me and it can really mess with your self-confidence and worth. It sucks because people start bullying others possibly due to their own stressful situations, trauma, and insecurities. I LOVE LOVE this article where this teacher uses apples to explain to children why bullying sucks such a good read: https://ravishly.com/2016/12/28/genius-teacher-uses-apples-explain-why-bullying-sucks

  • this might be true but i low key hate it when people say “ ppl bully because they’ve been bullied in the past “ if u were bullied in the past you should know how painful it is to get bullied. don’t attack me.. this is how i feel. i’m getting bullied by a group of boys and i’ve thought about ending my life but why should i? their the ones who are ducked uo

  • Thank you for sharing this. I think it’s something that a lot of people have experienced but struggle to talk about it, so well done you for being able to put it out into the world. Also you look gorgeous in the thumbnail for this!!!

  • The PSTD point was good when I was bullied people accused me in groups, to this day when people accuse me of something and they change their story i freeze even when I know Im right
    (then again I wasn’t really bullied (only a week) much as I was eventually a popular person which I used to help people who were bullied as I felt their pain this allowed me to be loved and people would often fight back vocally for me)

  • I left my school the teacher was a bully hated me and my friends in 5th grade the 3rd grade teacher was great he lived me And my friends

  • Hello Tamzin My name is Jason Barnett I’m a former teacher and now lead a campaign group of families that have lost children to suicide because of bullying and school violence in schools. We recently went to Parliament in February to challenge the Government on the issue. This is our video story which we hope will give hope to anyone who needs it. https://youtu.be/98rGW2xTCjs

  • Share your story here in the comments and let’s help each other heal..
    I’ll start first:
    I was bullied for 1 year when I was 13. I ended up in a dark place and became very angry at everyone, including myself. This also pushed me to quit school 3 years later.. the bullying shaped me and i don’t like to say in a good way, because there are no winners in bullying.

  • I’m still affected by the bullying that happened to me at both home and at school I’m not mad at the kids they were probably just being kids or maybe they were abused I’m not mad at the kids for doing it but doesn’t mean I’m not still affected by it I am still mad at my stepdads for abusing me because they deny everything and yes it truly does affect me all the abuse and bullying that was done to me it has serious long term effect I have a very difficult time trusting people and I fear releshionships and sometimes I feel like I don’t care about anything it really does have its affects

  • I’m 25. I still can’t sleep. I still cry everytime i hear their names. They get to go on with their lives because they are not traumatized. I’m still stuck in the past. I’ve been ”free” for five years. But my mind will probably never be fully free

  • I’m 25 years old and im still struggling with everyday life from the long term affects of bullying. I don’t think it’s something you can ever fully recover from.

  • I was bullied during all my middle school, i started high school broken inside and scared as hell of being again the victim. It took me 5 years to regain my self esteem. During my 4th year i met them and they were shocked by how I phisically changed, now they try to flirt with me but it’s so cryingy that it makes me wanna throw up everytime lol

  • I’m being bullied by like 12 people and really I kind of isolate myself for everything and I do have like not too much depression but some And I don’t want to do anything with anyone anymore

  • Just today someone on Instagram was cyberbullying me calling me names, they sent me inappropriate images. And when I spoke up about it they said I couldn’t take a joke.
    I’ve blocked and reported them but I hate this feeling, being told to just ignore people that do these wrong things.
    Can you make a video on how to handle different types of bullying?

  • I recently graduated high school and started college and I began to realize how much it has impacted me. Every now and then I would get horribly depressed.

  • Bullies dont realize that they can push someone to their breaking point that causes the victim to cause violence such as school shootings..

  • Anyone who is currently being bullied look up the pygmalion effect you may think its okay to ignore bullies but it is not, believe me fighting back is the best way. If you are scared hit up gym and MMA classes over summer so you can defend your class in the worst case scenario by the first term back!

  • I was bullied throughout my childhood and no teacher ever cared even though I told them, I told my mom, my mom emailed them. One time they even blamed it on me???????? Im now just a fucking messed up teen that cant even take “thats not how you do it, this is how” without crying for 10 minutes because im so goddamn sensitive. Last time I was bullied was the beginning of summer last year when about 40 people were on me bc I asked a question. I wanna die.

  • Just beat their fucking ass that’s what my mom said. She said she doesn’t care if I get suspended for doing it as long as I’m standing up for myself, which I was surprised that she said that bc she’s strict

  • I’ve been bullied when I was in my kindergarten, highschool
    and YES it has severe impact on my behaviour, especially when it comes to anxiety and paranoia.
    Please don’t bully anyone

  • I’m 35 and i was bullied on Saturday by a complete stranger. He had to make a comment about my appearance In
    the most passive aggressive way. Such a little man.

  • Alll them u just said is me right now there name is joe and the school l at is Oliver House and he have my name on my Xbox and been send in me baby messages and is just seems so bathetic but is happening all the time

  • we all have our stories and lots of the damage is done to us when we are very young and undeveloped. I am a 37 year old man and was bullied terribly from the time I started kindergarten up until I graduated from high school. I was a very sensitive kid and lots of these creeps out there see that and they take advantage of you. When I was in high school what made it really bad is I started getting bullied by girls in school. That’s very messed up because that is not supposed to happen. I had mean girls putting down my intelligence and treating me poorly and I saw them treating other guys like they mattered. I suffered in silence and now as a adult I would say the most challenging effect for me is the ability to trust people. I have terrible anxiety around women and my biggest concern is everytime I meet a female is ”Is this woman going to treat me poorly and does she care how I feel”. I do meet lots of nice women out there but there are some real mean ones and it’s very scary and disturbing how some people out there can treat a innocent person like garbage based on nothing. This world is not made for nice people it’s made for creeps.

  • …..one time I handled bullying by violence…10 ppl were believing lies and rumors about me and decided to bully me….I gave them a beating….

  • I’m 35 years old and there’s not a day that goes by where I don’t have flashbacks from being bullied in school. As an adult it has caused me to have several lash outs. I used to get beat up and picked on by kids and when I got older I learned how to fight and started to take it out on people. It’s really said and it’s really scary.

  • “Bullies will also struggle as they get older; they might end up in jail” ������ (as you can tell, I’ve never gotten over what my bullies made/make me feel)

  • I was bullied mercilessly from age 12 until I graduated and it made me fucking insane. Which is why I don’t get bullied anymore.so here’s my advice to anyone who is getting bullied. You get bullied because people don’t respect you. The only real way to stop the bullying is to stand up and fight start taking boxing classes so if someone tries to bully you u can knock them the fuck out then you wont get bullied anymore. If you can’t afford self defense classes tell someone to meet you after school and bring a weapon NOT A GUN something that will hurt them but not kill them or fill a thermos will boiling cooking oil and throw it in a bullies face you’ll face consequences but u wont get bullied anymore. You might think it sounds extreme but take it from me someone who was bullied mercilessly by everyone including girls it is the only way to make it stop now I’m 23 and whenever I see anybody that use to bully me I look them in the eye and let them know they’re an inch away from death and dare them to bully me and I don’t have problems with bullying anymore so if u want the bullying to stop take my words it is just necessary.