women bullies

The phenomenon of women not supporting (or sabotaging) other women is clearly overblown.
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we expose the pitfalls of bullying in the workplace, from lawsuits to a business's morale.
Becki Houlston joins HuffPost Live to detail her dramatic decision to leave her boss on the side of the road.
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we expose the pitfalls of bullying in the workplace, from lawsuits to a business's morale.
How do you know whether you're being bullied, or simply dealing with a difficult boss or co-worker?
Anger and physical aggression in girls and women is typically deemed inappropriate. We are taught to deny, suppress and hide these feelings, but that's not necessarily the healthiest response.
The frequency at which I hear this kind of war story from women across all professions, career levels, and ages suggested that the issue affects a lot of people.
Whenever I find myself bad-mouthing another woman I realize that in some way I am also bad-mouthing myself. I'm not only sabotaging this woman, but ALL women.