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11-year-olds are the most prone to bullying

11-year-olds are the most prone to bullying



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Many parents wonder what is the age of the child at which bullying occurs most often. our site joins the crusade against bullying. We do not want any other child to suffer its consequences and even commit suicide after being a victim of bullying in schools. We publish the results collected by various reports, so that you, as parents, can investigate in your homes if your little ones are being the silent victims of this scourge or if you know another child who might be.

A study carried out by the Mutua Madrileña Foundation and the ANAR Foundation highlight that the requests for help that this NGO received, due to bullying or bullying, increased by 75 percent in 2015 compared to 2014. According to the report, seven out of ten victims they are harassed every day. 40 percent of the harassed have suffered it for more than a year. School bullying increased by 75 percent in Spain.

There are 30 percent of children and adolescents who claim not to have told their parents that they suffer this abuse and even 10 percent have not communicated to anyone that they suffer from this problem.

The results indicate that half of the victims are between 11 and 13 years of age and that the average age is 11 years. But the most worrying thing, the researchers point out, is that bullying is already taking place in 7-year-old children. The foundations point out that the increase in suicides due to this cause has caused a greater public awareness in this regard and the calls requesting help have increased. The most common cause for being bullied is simply "being different."

Cyberbullying.According to another report, presented by Save the Children, one in ten students between the ages of 12 and 16 suffered bullying in recent months, of which 6.9 percent consider themselves to be the victim of cyberbullying, that is, harassment of through social media. This form of harassment prolongs the suffering of the victims because they carry the harassment to their bedrooms. The harassed say that the most common thing is to suffer psychological violence and that one of the most common means is WhatsApp chat groups.

The consequences of bullying they can trigger psychological problems such as isolation, anxiety, sadness, low self-esteem, loneliness, self-made injuries, thoughts or suicide attempts. There are also difficulties in the relationship with parents, relatives and classmates and a decrease in school performance is evident, causing, finally, the abandonment of studies.

The study shows that parents tend to ask for immediate results, so their first reaction is to change schools, but this is not a basic solution and no longer prevents the harassed-harassing bond from continuing because with new technologies the child can continue to be persecuted. That is why the call is to provide psychological attention to the child first, something that parents are leaving behind.

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