Bullying - Family Life
Many parents have concerns about their child when it comes to bullying. Some worry that their child is being bullied at school or elsewhere. Some worry that their child is the one doing the bullying. Adults may experience bullying within their workplaces, or among peers. But what happens when the bullying is happening not at school, or at work, but within your own family, among family members or in-laws? The physical, emotional, and mental effects can be just as serious. Bullying is any type of behaviour that negatively effects someone else, and often happens over long periods of time. Name calling, spreading rumours, physical abuse such as hitting or punching, stealing, and threatening are all forms of bullying and can take place between siblings or family members. In a family setting bullying can take place as attention seeking behaviour, or it can be intended to set people against each other, if there is already conflict in the family and an individual is looking for support for their side of an argument. Would you like more information as to what behaviours may constitute bullying within a family? Is bullying taking place within your family, and you would like help to resolve it? Click through our resources below for more information. You are not alone. Connect with others who may be going through the same thing, find professional help and resources near you. The Kinjunxion community is here to help.
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