Traditional and cyberbullying can lead to poor mental performance

One report from the Mail Online suggests that most children suffer seriously from bullying face to face than the cyber abuse. One big study conducted in UK with over 300,000 15-year-olds about their bullying experience, has found out that 30% of the teen said that they experienced regular “traditional” physical, verbal or relationship bullying and 3% of them experienced both traditional and “cyberbullying”, like receiving the warning text message on the bullying post on social media and less that 1 % encounter online or cyberbullying.

The study on finds out that teen the encounter bullying more than two times a month ten to have poorer mental ability than those who don’t have any bullying.


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