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To get some sound advice on resisting bullies, I spoke with Jeffrey DeGroat, PhD, LP , a clinical psychologist in Birmingham, Michigan. He says bullying is an issue he encounters regularly with children during treatment. So, if you feel alone in this, know that you’re not. Almost everyone gets bullied at some point or another—myself included—and almost everyone gets through the experience just fine. It may not seem like things can get better right now, but they will. Depending on your preferences, DeGroat suggests you have a few options that will work with bullies of almost any age.
As Dr. Tara Swart explains to Fast Company , taking a little extra time off from work is good for your brain. In order to be productive, Swart says, you need blood flowing to all parts of your brain. Otherwise, you don’t get enough of the glucose and oxygen delivered to the brain that you need to think and keep focused. But when you’re too stressed at work, or feel like you’re being treated unfairly, the brain moves your blood supply away from the higher centers of your brain and switches into what’s called “survival mode.” In this state, you can work well enough to get by, but your productivity suffers and you’re less willing to work with others.