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Children who are persistently subjected to emotional, verbal, and physical abuse are at risk of developing stress-related illness and long-term emotional and behavioral problems including depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. The impact of bullying reaches far beyond bullies and victims; in a significant majority of cases, bystanders encourage the bullying, either by teasing the target, actively encouraging the bully, or suffering silently with guilt for not standing up to the bullying behavior.
TELL offers anti-bullying workshops that help young people (and those around them, e.g. parents and educators) to change their attitudes towards bullying (both traditional and cyberbullying) and develop skills to prevent it.
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