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Bullies don’t have any real power once they realize that you won’t engage in their game. © Copyright 2010 by Roni Weisberg-Ross, LMFT - West L. Psychotherapy Group, therapist in Los Angeles, California. Any views and opinions expressed are not necessarily shared by Good
One of the reasons bullying is so prevalent is because most bullies commit non-arrestable offenses. It’s an outlet–a way to express–frustration and/or rage. It happens to most of us, and when it does, we are being bullied.
Even when it comes from a person or institution that you love, respect, admire–your government, your church, your significant other, a family member, a professional colleague.
“Independent research suggests that bullying is happening to around 1 in 4 people” (from “Life After Adult Bullying”).
Bullying impacts many of us, regardless of our age.