Dating a boy with adhd
Research shows that bullies and their victims are also at risk for having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Victims of workplace bullying may suffer from reduced job performance, more absences, and less work satisfaction.
Some statistics on bullying suggest that 28% of students from grades six through 12 have a history of being the victim of bullying, 30% of high school students acknowledge having bullied other students.
Most victims of cyber bullying have also been victims of school bullying.
They are also at risk of substance abuse and dropping out of school. Unfortunately, many teens are forced to deal with bullying while their parents and teachers are unaware on the specific nature and severity of the problem in their school. Boys tend to engage in bullying more often than girls, especially at high school age and beyond, and are more likely to engage in physical or verbal bullying, while girls more often engage in relational bullying. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender youth are more often victims of bullying compared to their heterosexual counterparts. Children who have disabilities or are immigrants or highly achieving minorities are more vulnerable to being bullied, as well.