Surely we’re not going to start blaming the victim?

Recently, there was a disturbing news story in relation to a ‘Resilience Coach’ who had uploaded a bullying article onto Brighton Grammar’s (one of Melbourne’s top private school’s) website. The resilience coach had stated that the victims of bullying needed to own part of the problem for being bullied and to stop playing the victim. I remember at the time of the news report, I said to myself that surely this can’t be a real story as no one could possibly blame the victim for being bullied.

At the time of hearing this news story I was actually driving my car on my way to hear a presentation about bullying in the workplace.

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