Mobbing blant barn er en sammensatt misbruksproblematikk med potensielt alvorlige komplikasjoner
Andelen elever som mobbes i 4.-7. klasse, er i Norge funnet å være ca. 9%
Barn som mobbes, er ofte stille, forsiktige, følsomme, usikre, har vansker med å forsvare seg selv, synes ikke å gjøre noe for å provosere frem overfall, og vil sjelden ta igjen om de blir angrepet og ydmyket
Kan være sosialt isolerte og kan fortelle at de er lei seg eller ensomme. Opplever ofte søvnforstyrrelser, enurese, residiverende magesmerter eller hodepine
Utvikle ferdigheter hos mobbeofferet som gjør det i stand til å takle mobbesituasjoner
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