Alleviating Bullying: Conquering the Challenge of Violent by Ashraf Esmail

By Ashraf Esmail

Alleviating Bullying examines the aspects of bullying that experience turn into an incredible main issue round the country. This e-book explores the influence of bullying on academics, scholars, the aged, prisoners, and different socio-economic teams. This publication additionally identifies indications of bullying and offers feedback on how one can alleviate bullying. The ebook presents deeper perception into the dangerous results of bullying and what a sufferer can do to avoid bullying behaviors and extra victimization.

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