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Adolescents who experience bullying as perpetrators and/or victims are more likely to have depressive and anxiety symptoms ...

„Adolescents who experience bullying as perpetrators and/or victims are more likely to have depressive and anxiety symptoms, low self-esteem, feel lonely, and lose interest in activities. Bullying also has negative influences on bystanders who report feelings of guilt or helplessness.“

Anne Choi, „Emotional well-being of children and adolescents“ (2017), S. 19