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I couldn’t escape the bullies who tormented me because I looked different, had horrible teeth, and talked funny.

So, I had to figure out a way to deal with it–and believe me, it wasn’t easy.

I wish that I could sit down with the kid in the picture to the right and tell him the truth about the kids who constantly threw his book bag down the stairs, stole his lunch money, threw him against the lockers, and peed on his favorite jacket.

I wish that I could tell my younger self that the teasing, name-calling, and tormenting said much more about the bullies than ever did about him. The intimidation, name-calling, and tormenting had power. Whoever came up with that stupid “sticks and stones” saying, clearly was not a bullying victim.

Dealing with a bully boss isn’t easy, and if you want the bullying to stop, you’re going to have to put in some work to document a consistent pattern of bullying behavior.

In order to deal with them effectively, you’re going to need some help, but I’ll get to that later. Unlike with bully coworkers, standing up for yourself might not always play out too well for you.

If you’re dealing with a boss who is known for his bullying, you need to get into “court reporter mode” and stealthily get your documentation on.

One of the things that bully bosses count on is the lack of a quality paper trail from the people who they bully.

If you misstep with sloppy or nonexistent documentation, there is zero chance of getting the support you need from HR to fix your bully boss’s behavior.

If you want your concerns to be taken seriously, then you need to show that you’re serious by putting in the time and the work to document the facts like a champ.

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