Dealing with an adult bully

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Adults Who Bully

How to handle the adult bully in your life - CNN

CNN Most of us behave like a jerk at times. The stresses of today's fast-paced society combined with a national epidemic of sleep deprivation can turn anyone temporarily toxic. That's ok if it's not a habit, experts say. It's frequent boorish behavior that can become contagious. Training men and boys to honor women in the age of MeToo. But turning from Jekyll to Hyde occasionally does not make a person a bully.

Adult Bullies: How to Properly Handle Them (10 Effective Tips)

As much as we don't want to believe it, we didn't leave bullies in our childhood. This guide will teach you how to deal with adult bullies in a mature way. Take a moment to imagine yourself as a child again.
Doing this suggests that their bullying behaviour is simply how they express their personality and so exempts them from being held responsible for their actions. We normalise being treated like crap by bullies and just accept it as fate that workplaces, hobbies and even homes, are going to have people whose large egos justify their cruel behaviour. Kids who are bullied are more prone to psychological problems as teenagers and young adults, and have poorer success at school. I was bullied for several years, both in school and at hobbies, and the result of that was, well, all of the above.