depression and anxiety
When it comes to bullying, who do you pay more attention to? Very often it is always just the victim. In an article by Dalton, Rick, and Virginia Wilkins. "The Way to Really Stop School Bullying: Student Mentors." states,
“A year ago, Tiara, then a seventh grader at Cloonan Middle School in Stamford, Conn., was a bully. “I would go crazy,” she recalls. “I would get mad and say bad things and yell at kids.” Not surprisingly, Tiara was in the principal’s office at least once a week. Then, six months ago, Kelly, an eighth grader at Cloonan, began mentoring Tiara.
This is showing that bullies get affected too because in the article it is stating that the bully, “tiara” needed mentoring. She had struggles when she was bullying a person. You can tell that tiara herself was stressed and did not really pay attention to her school work.
Dalton, Rick, and Virginia Wilkins. "The Way to Really Stop School Bullying: Student Mentors." <I>Christian Science Monitor</I>. 28 Oct. 2011: n.p. <I>SIRS Issues Researcher.</I> Web. 15 Nov. 2016.
Strickland, Ashley. "Bullying Is a 'Serious Public Health Problem,' Report Says." <I>CNN Wire Service</I>. 10 May 2016: n.p. <I>SIRS Issues Researcher.</I> Web. 15 Nov. 2016.