It's hard to believe how many problems are caused by acts of bullying that were not stopped in time. Victims of this unpleasant practice suffer in many different ways, from emotional problems associated with lack of acceptance in a group of peers, to constant fear of being humiliated, to health problems such as diarrhea or various forms of pain. When we add educational and social problems (such as the inability to establish closer relationships), the picture becomes even gloomier.
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As you know by now, bullying is not a simple issue, and the suffering associated with it affects all parties involved in the conflict. It is worth finding out what dangers the perpetrators, victims, and witnesses of violence are exposed to.
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