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How do you handle bullying from a professional in your life?
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Dr. William Holmes
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
5 doctors agree
In brief: Good Question
Many of us have been in situations in which someone in authority has dealt with us in an intimidating way.
One alternative would be to simply talk with the individual to make sure he/she is aware of how you are experiencing the interaction. In a work setting, you also have the option of utilizing your human resources department. You could also consider involving a neutral third party.

In brief: Good Question
Many of us have been in situations in which someone in authority has dealt with us in an intimidating way.
One alternative would be to simply talk with the individual to make sure he/she is aware of how you are experiencing the interaction. In a work setting, you also have the option of utilizing your human resources department. You could also consider involving a neutral third party.
Dr. William Holmes
Dr. William Holmes
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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Tell someone
Find someone you trust and say something.
Keeping it inside does nothing. Depending on the context, find out what resources you have at your disposal to stop the bullying.

In brief: Tell someone
Find someone you trust and say something.
Keeping it inside does nothing. Depending on the context, find out what resources you have at your disposal to stop the bullying.
Dr. Andrew Berry
Dr. Andrew Berry
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