What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

Disabled Pensioner Bullied By Neighbour

by Suzy
(Rendlesham, England)

I am a disabled pensioner and am seriously bullied by my neighbour who is a TEACHER. He has done everything to me from planting lavender bushes against my driveway, taking over at least two feet of my drive width, to driving a "T" Reg car he had into the back of my new motorbility car.

I have stood up for myself with no avail but he says if I want to go out I should knock on his door and ask him (he constantly tries to force this by blocking my drive with his car).

I am at the point of just wanting to commit suicide to avoid the stress I am having to go through. I can't even get out to go to church most of the time. I can't find anyone to help me. What on earth can I do?

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by: Suzy

Thank you for advice which has been most helpful. I have been to see a counselor whos name is Suzanne HOPE (the name made me feel better before I even went). The police say there is nothing they can do because bullying is not a crime however I did find out that harassment IS a crime so anyone else in my situation should go for that. Not as bad now as Police gave him a harassment warning.

Hate crime
by: Anonymous

This sounds like hate crime because you are disabled and vulnerable. Talk to the police on their non emergency number or go into your local police station. You could also try talking to your MP, most of them run a surgery. Get some support.

Make sure you write down every incident noting times and dates and what happened. Even when it feels hopeless keep doing this. Your local council should have a safe guarding officer who deals especially with bullying and crimes against vulnerable people.

Find yourself some emotional support. Talk to Samaritans or a counsellor. They may not be able to stop the bullying but they can help you feel emotionally strong enough to fight it.

Researching Support Groups Using Google Search.
by: Anonymous

I would recommend that you search for support groups in your designated area such as counseling, depression support groups for victims of bullying, and additional on line groups. This would make you feel much better by talking to someone who is empathetic and listens to your own personal situations. I hope that my advice was helpful to you. I would like to wish you well.

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