By Jenny Holt
It is an unfortunate fact of the world that bullying is on the rise, and not just at school. Bullying happens at the workplace, too. The victims of bullying suffer every day, and often struggle to even get out of bed, let alone manage to enjoy a new day.
Nobody should feel this way, and the sad thing is that these victims don’t just suffer mentally, as if that wasn’t enough. Bullying can lead to physical pain, too, with those bullied at work suffering an increased risk of heart disease as well as other chronic diseases. The amount of people with anxiety and depression is on the rise, the risk of a suicide attempt is increased, and mental health as an adult is affected.
Take a look at this guide to discover the true extent of the mental and physical impact of bullying, and learn how to help put an end to it.