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A Case Study of the Impact of Bullying On International Students  

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Bullying on International Students is very common and it has a lot of negative impact on students who experience bullying. Bullying is a severe public health and academic problem these days. It can comprise verbal or physical injury as well as social isolation or exclusion. Kids who are bullied can go through negative physical, school, and mental health problems. International Students who are bullied are more expected to experience Depression and anxiety, amplified feelings of grief and loneliness, changes in sleep and eating patterns, and loss of interest in activities they used to take pleasure in.

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