The Effects Of Bullying Last Into Adulthood


Effects of Bullying Last Into Middle Age

Researchers say bullied kids more likely to be depressed adults

It’s not a revelation that bullying takes a toll—mental, physical, or both—on kids who are victims. But a major new British study suggests that the ill effects are still evident right through age 50, reports Reuters. Middle-aged adults who were bullied as kids tend to be in worst physical and psychological shape than their peers, according to findings from the British National Child Development Study. Its researchers have tracked 8,000 babies born in 1958 over the course of their lives.
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