Are We Born to Bully?by Dr. Terrence Webster-Doyle

The compulsion to bully is a biologically and genetically based instinct built into us for survival – to protect us from a person or group we believe is a threat to us. We therefore see this prejudicial bullying as paradoxically necessary for our survival – survival of the fittest. 

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Are Babies Born Bullies?by UBC Study

A new University of British Columbia study done by the Centre for Infant Cognition suggests naptime may be the new frontier in the war on bullying. Bullied children may bring exclusion on themselves with gene-linked behavior, study says.

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