This April 23, 2014 article on The Atlantic website talks about a long-term study done in the United Kingdom tracking about 18,000 people from birth thru age 50 looking at the effects of bullying on them. The findings showed that kids who were bullied seem to be at a higher risk of life long issues including but not limited to mental, physical and economic impacts.
- Preventing Bullying (education.com)
- Impact of childhood bullying still evident after 40 years (medicalxpress.com)
- NoBullying Releases a Guide to the Ultimate Definition of Cyber Bullying Today (virtual-strategy.com)
- US: Research shows rise in teenage suicides from bullying (pinknews.co.uk)
- Responsible Parenting – The Effects of Bullying! (akronscienceschool.com)
- Cyberbullying only rarely the sole factor identified in teen suicides (sciencedaily.com)
- Words Hurt (psychologytoday.com)