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While we often associate bullying with schoolyards and teenage angst, the harsh reality is that adults can be just as capable of inflicting emotional and psychological harm on others. Research suggests that nearly one in three adults experience bullying at some point in their lives.


This isn't just about the occasional rude comment or office gossip. Adult bullying can manifest in many forms, from verbal abuse and social exclusion to manipulation, intimidation, and even physical violence. It can happen in our workplaces, our relationships, our communities, and even online. So why are we not talking about this more? Part of the reason is that adult bullying can be more subtle and insidious than its childhood counterpart. It often flies under the radar, dismissed as harmless teasing or simply "adult life." But the consequences can be just as devastating, leading to anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and even post-traumatic stress disorder.


It's time to break the silence. By acknowledging that adult bullying exists and understanding its forms and impacts, we can begin to build a culture of respect and zero tolerance for this harmful behavior.


This Book will cover the following topics:

  • Your Thinking can impact your growth.
  • Accountability
  • Energy Absorbers

Adults Are Bullies Too Workbook

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