Effects Concerning School-Age Bullying: A Retrospective Examination of College Students' Experiences

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Retrospective examination of college students' experiences and effects concerning school-age bullying Table of Contents Abstract: 3 Introduction: 4 Childhood Teasing: 4 School age bullying: 6 Experiences of college Students: 7 Long term Consequences: 8 Relationship with Interpersonal Functioning: 9 Relationship with anxiety and depression: 10 Relationship with trust: 11 Relationship with quality of friendship: 12 Coping Strategy: 12 Conclusion: 13 References: 15 Abstract: The adults carry a profound memory of certain events and they are categorized as retrospective events of childhood. The child hood bullying is a common element is creating anxiety and depression during the adulthood (Boulton, 2013). It is also likely that the students of college remember those bullying and teasing experiences which tend to result into various issues. These issues could be inherited characteristics as well as the interventions strategies that are deployed as coping strategies. The college students suffering from childhood teasing and bullying are likely to recall these events and relate them in developing a closed approach for later relationships and trust. The below sections are focused to investigate the retrospective events of college students in order to understand their relationship with the school age bullying. Introduction: The college students carry a number of experiences and learning from their past. However at the same time they also face a trail

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