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Updated 25 March 2006

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Welcome to Bully OnLine, web site of the UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line and the world's leading source of bullying help with extensive resources on workplace bullying and related issues. Bully OnLine, where Tim Field shares his unique insight into workplace bullying, gives you the knowledge to identify, understand and tackle a common cause of stress, anxiety, waste, inefficiency, dysfunction, ill health, cost, and litigation. Bully OnLine also contains pages on harassment, workplace violence, family bullying, domestic abuse, trauma, Complex PTSD, suicide, child bullying, bullying in schools, child suicide, stalking, and other related issues.

Bullying is the common denominator of harassment, discrimination, prejudice, abuse, persecution, conflict and violence. When the bullying has a focus (eg race or gender) it is expressed as racial prejudice or harassment, or sexual discrimination and harassment, and so on. Although bullying often lacks a focus, bullies are deeply prejudiced but at the same time sufficiently devious to not reveal their prejudices to the extent that they contravene laws on harassment and discrimination.

I believe bullying is the single most important social issue of today, for the study of bullying provides an opportunity to understand the behaviours which underlie almost all conflict and violence.

Most of the information on this site is derived from experience of dealing with bullying in the workplace, however, much applies to bullying in schools, in relationships (eg domestic violence and family bullying), in uniform (armed services, police, prisons etc), in crime, with neighbours, and in abuse of the elderly.

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23 October 2002: Tim Field interviewed in conjunction with INTO seminar in Belfast
21 June 2002: feature article in the Times Educational Supplement (TES)
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11 April 2005: feature article in the Times Educational Supplement (TES)
Bullying infects the whole of education

May 2001: Bullycide: death at playtime was reviewed in the
Times Educational Supplement (TES) Friday 4 May 2001
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How can I recognise that I'm being bullied?
What is workplace bullying and why me? | Definitions of bullying
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about workplace bullying
Overcoming myths, misperceptions and stereotypes about workplace bullying
The answer to Why don't you stand up for yourself?
Workplace bullying and vulnerability
Why have my colleagues deserted me?
What is harassment and discrimination?
What's the difference between bullying and mobbing?
Why grievance procedures are inappropriate for dealing with workplace bullying?
The difference between workplace bullying and management
Facts, figures, surveys, costs of bullying | Cost of workplace bullying to UK plc
UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line statistics
Profile of the serial bully - who does this describe in your life?
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Neil Marr and Tim Field's book Bullycide: death at playtime exposes the 
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