Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Bullying linked to depression


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THERE IS RISING concern over the number of youngsters presenting with anxiety and depression.
Results from a survey conducted by Supreme Counselling for Personal Development revealed that half of the students examined suffered from anxiety and bullying.
And two of the psychologists involved in the research are saying there is a direct correlation between bullying and those who are suffering from the two conditions.
Clinical psychologist Dianne Holder noted that school was not a friendly place for people who displayed good values, and those students were denigrated and put down.
Read the full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.

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