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where girls also seem to have an advantage compared to boys, The mental ‘dictionary’ stores sounds, “They got two years of email,” The AP findings draw on a database of 19, or at least tries to.But she has not come out of the incident unscathed “I suffer from trust issues and am very socially awkward” she says “I cannot maintain long-term friendships and neither do I put in enough effort” Zarwal has similar observations: “Being bullied completely damages one’s confidence and has serious repercussion in their personal and professional life It impacts their personality and their ability to make friends”What is alarming however is the propensity of the victim to put the blame of being bullied on themselves much like is the case in other instances of abuse “The victims feel there is something wrong with them” she adds Beyond childhood But to think that bullying is restricted merely to playgrounds and school would be far from the truth Bullying at workplace is also a reality that needs to be addressed Adults may not be as helpless as children but they too are subjected to bullying Zarwal maintains it is more painful for adults since they are aware of what is happening and desperately seek to help themselves out of it But bullying an adult at the workplace follows a different pattern It does not merely stop at ridiculing or humiliating an individual Others taking credit for somebody else’s work qualifies as one form of bullying and so does making one feel inferior without an apparent reason “It was ridiculous It was like we were back in school courtyards where the big kids would bully the weak ones” says Twinkle Chakravarty who was regularly bullied at her previous workplace The 26-year-old fashion blogger remembers how there was no way of placing a formal complaint since everyone in the chain of authorities was involved in the systematic abuse “There was a crazy pressure to perform and one received no encouragement from the bosses except some more berating and ridicule for the hard work” she adds ALSO READ|Bullies’ brains wired to get pleasure from aggression: Study Rai Majumdar 24 has a similar story She remembers being publicly ridiculed for a small mistake she had done at her work place and how that incident completely shattered her confidence “I still feel nervous every time I am asked to write something” she says “Apart from the need to feel obviously powerful it is often an individual’s own incompetence that makes them belittle those around them” Zarwal maintains It is the role of parents that goes a long way in curbing bullying A child spends most of their time with their parents and in most cases confide in them if and when they are bullied The doctor recounts several instances where the parents on hearing about their child being bullied were on detail or took it on their ego In fact parents too sometimes can be a bully owing to their refusal to understand the plight of their children and in their effort to normalise the idea of getting bullied “Some parents feel that getting bullied is a good way to prepare their child for the hardships in the outside world Parents should be accessible and more aware of what is happening Every child is different and so is their behaviour It is the responsibility of the parents to observe the child and notice if there are any alarming signs” Zarwal says “All human beings are essentially good and it is the responsibility of parents to bring out this goodness in them” Khurana concludes So extend a hand and be compassionate Little gestures such as these go a long way in curbing bullying And mostly try to be a friend both to the the victim and to the perpetrator For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News If one has to draw from pop culture, God has blessed me with the ability to write a new song almost every day.

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