Blog posts tagged with "Bully"


The Epidemic of Silence: How We Can End It

May 21 2012

In more than 85% of bullying situations there are witnesses, and more often than not, these bystanders do not say or do anything. The effect of their silence is “deafening”, because silence is a form of consent. It emboldens the bully who perceives the silence of others as permission and tacit approval of their actions.

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