Did you know???


–          No single factor puts a child at risk of being bullied or bullying others. Bullying can happen anywhere
–          45% of young people experience bullying before the age of 18

–          36%  of young people aged 8 to 22 are worried about being bullied at school, college or university 

–          There is a strong association between bullying and suicide-related behaviors, but this relationship is often mediated by other factors, including depression, violent behavior, and substance abuse (Reed, Nugent, & Cooper, 2015).

–          More  than 16,000 young people are absent from school because of bullying

–          83% of young people say bullying has a negative impact on their self-esteem

–          30% of young people have gone on to self-harm as a result of bullying

–          10% of young people have attempted to commit suicide as a result of bullying 

–          People who have been bullied are at greatest risk for health problems in adulthood, over six times more likely to be diagnosed with a serious illness, smoke regularly, or develop a psychiatric disorder compared to those not involved in bullying 

–          Those who have been bullied are more than twice as likely to have difficulty in keeping a job, or committing to saving compared to those not involved in bullying

REFERENCES:

1.www.antibullyingpro.com/blog/2015/4/7facts-on-bullying

2. http://www.americanspcc.org/bullying/statistics-and-information

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