Unseen Goodbyes: The Agony of the Family of Unexpected Loss of Trisha Manlangit #BullyingisNoJoke #RIP


Trisha Manlangit @Shang Lv died after she jumped from the 19th floor of the condominium building in Mandaue City, Cebu. According to reports that Trisha is a victim of bullying and happened to her cause an alarm in the province specially inside the school campus.

Rest in Peace Trisha Manlangit and condolence to the bereaved family  😥😥 

Our thoughts & prayers are with the Manlangit family.

Pahuway sa dayon Trisha, kadto ning 15 anyos dalagita nga nilayat sa 19th floor sa usa ka Condo sa Banilad, Mandaue city human gi- bully sa uyab ug mga classmates.

Bullying is No Joke

Bullying is a pervasive issue that transcends age, gender, and socio-economic status. It's a serious problem with far-reaching consequences that can impact individuals emotionally, psychologically, and even physically. In a world where kindness should prevail, it's crucial to recognize that bullying is no laughing matter.

The Reality of Bullying:

Bullying comes in various forms, from physical aggression to verbal abuse and cyberbullying. It targets individuals who may be perceived as different, vulnerable, or simply unable to defend themselves adequately. The consequences of bullying extend beyond the immediate pain, often leaving lasting emotional scars that affect self-esteem and mental well-being.

Impact on Mental Health:

The effects of bullying on mental health cannot be overstated. Victims may experience anxiety, depression, and in severe cases, even contemplate self-harm or suicide. The emotional toll of enduring harassment can linger long into adulthood, affecting relationships, career prospects, and overall life satisfaction.

Creating Awareness:

Addressing the issue of bullying begins with raising awareness about its seriousness. It's not just a childhood rite of passage; it's a pervasive problem that requires collective action. Parents, educators, and community leaders must work together to foster environments where kindness, empathy, and understanding prevail over cruelty.


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