The thing about workplace bullying, however, is that it’s not easy to spot, especially given our cultural norms. For example, when I received a series of passive-aggressive emails that undercut me professionally and personally, I initially brushed them off because I was told the sender was “difficult.” At the time, I didn’t recognize these messages were inappropriate—but now, I know I was dealing with a workplace bully.
Too often women ignore or dismiss belittling behavior in the office. As women, we are conditioned to be nice, to not make waves, to submit to authority. The tide is turning, however. With the rise of the #metoo movement and #timesup campaign, women across the U.S. (and the world) are speaking up about sexual harassment—and putting an end to it.
We can speak out to stop bullying, too. That’s why I’m sharing my story.”
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