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In college, it turned to disaster. I didn't speak at home. I didn't want to say anything. However, my family was well aware that something was wrong. I was not a fighter (...) These college years were a hassle. I don't carry one good memory. They laughed at me constantly.(...) They took advantage, they insisted, because I was very reserved. I did not have the courage to answer. My shyness prevented me. It was hard to bear, especially during that moment.
How prevalent was mobbing in your school? Do you find it more or less widespread today?