NMU's Anti-Bullying Campaign
Northern Michigan University says no to bullying. Bullying is a real problem on college campuses, whether it be verbal, behavioral or online. As part of NMU’s anti-bullying campaign, resources and facts have been complied to help educate on the nature and popularity of bullying.
Bullying can occur outside of social environments, such as in the workplace or in the classroom. Victims of all bullying often experience high stress levels, reduced self-esteem, sleeping disorders and develop other physically and emotionally unhealthy habits. Words, like actions, can be hurtful.
These acts are simple to prevent. Remember to think before you speak and before you type. Take a moment to think about how not sharing negativity can have an extraordinarily positive impact.
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