Persons who have been constantly bullied, and do not understand why, can easily lose their bearings. It's possible, in time, for them to accept abuse as a way of life. Then it becomes difficult to return to normalcy without outside intervention.
Abused persons should know that bullying is all about the person doing it, not the person being abused. For targeted persons, abuse can affect every aspect of their lives, including self-esteem.
Being bullied can be very confusing. Although bullying is never the fault of persons who are being abused (no matter how much the bully tries to blame it on them) targeted individuals feel ashamed.
We hope, through the information here, individuals can increase their awareness and be rid of feelings of shame and embarrassment, and experience hope and peace.