So much has been written in the last couple of years about bullying, whether it occurred in a school environment, personally, or in the workplace. I am really glad that this is being called out and noticed by everyone around the world, since bullying has been going on since the beginning of time.
Bullying in the Workplace
Have you ever bullied someone? Or, have you ever been the victim of a bully? There are even television shows, such as Glee, and Max Adler’s efforts through national media that has raised awareness for helping those who have been bullied.
In fact, you can view an online video that addresses all these issues, and at the end of the video, one person who has been a victim, lists the organizations and places where teens and adults can go for help. Here’s the link to that national media interview on bullying and finding solutions.
In a recent blog post that appeared here – I agree with the author, who states that bullying:
Is initiated by bullies who choose their targets, timing, location, and methods.
Escalates to involve others who side with the bully, either voluntarily or through coercion.
Undermines legitimate business interests when bullies’ personal agendas take precedence over work itself.
Is akin to domestic violence at work, where the abuser is on the payroll.
Bullies make their victims angry, but what can you do?
But what are we to do when a bullying situation is presented to us, or, if were directly involved or someone in our family is being bullied and is asking us for help? How do you help them?
You might want to give your own personal subjective remark or recommendation, however, for the person who is being bullied, this is not just a one-answer solution that can end any bullying session. Sometimes it takes talking to a professional, such as a
personal confidant, or even an online consultant, who is an impartial third party that can provide you with the best solution or recommendations. The goal is to end the traumatizing situations that are occurring to the person who is being bullied.
We all know that if we have someone in our household that is being bullied and that person has talked to us about it that the person being bullied does not want to re-enter that situation to be abused again. But how do we as adults, friends, family, consultants, help this person who is being traumatized by a bully? To get started, Kendall is willing to speak with you and offer you solutions. Contact him, and set up an appointment today.
For additional information, read Cyberbullying & Substance Abuse at Inpatient & Drug Rehab website.