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Girls and Bullying: Identify, Understand, Prevent

Bullying by girls and against girls is as commonplace as it is among boys, but often takes different forms. Female bullying is usually psychological and emotional, with effects that can include long-lasting depression, self-harm, and even suicide. This program examines female bullying, with a look also at the nature of bullying in general and why these tormentors behave as they do. Featuring dramatized scenarios and input from adolescent psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg, the video also provides some protective strategies for young people in this situation. A viewable/printable worksheet is available online. (22 minutes)

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The Nature of Bullying
Bullying is the repeated and deliberate oppression of a person or a group of people by others in a more powerful position. It is intended to hurt and can have tragic consequences. Harassment can be verbal, physical, and psychological.