Males and Females Don’t Bully the Same, Part 2: Brute Force

Males and Females Don’t Bully the Same, Part 2: Brute Force

In Part 1 of this article, I discussed how male and female bullies differ in how they bully, and the ways female bullies work to oppress their targets, While female bullies attack their targets’ relationships, most male bullies use plain physical aggression. And not only

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Males and Females Don’t Bully the Same, Part 1: Deadlier Than The Male

Males and Females Don’t Bully the Same, Part 1: Deadlier Than The Male

(Part 1 of 2) We all know males and females are different, not just in their bodies but in their minds, the ways they interact, and the ways they form relationships. So, it should be no surprise that these male/female differences even extend to bullying.

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Under a Microscope

Under a Microscope

When a person is a target of bullying at school, everyone—and I mean everyone—is watching. Classmates (bullies and bystanders), teachers, and staff constantly have that poor target under surveillance, and it isn’t because they’re watching out for them. They’re all waiting for the victim to

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Lost in the statistics: Men as victims of abuse

Lost in the statistics: Men as victims of abuse

How often does domestic violence happen in America? Unbelievably, roughly 4.7 million women face domestic abuse every single year in America, with almost one in three facing domestic violence sometime in their lifetime. Even more unbelievable is how often it also happens to men. I

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Pyngby as a Safety Net for our College Campuses

Pyngby as a Safety Net for our College Campuses

Have you seen this Teen Vogue article that reports that, according to the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, freshmen in college, more than any other group, are victims of sexual assault in college.  Later in the article it says, “Of course, sexual assault is no one’s fault but the

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