There is no law that says you can't be unprofessional which usually is a form of bullying among adults. Bullying is a form of anger and aggression that begins in childhood. One in four children in the United States is bullied each year and research has linked being bullied in childhood with such mental and physical health challenges as obesity, depression, and a high risk of chronic disease. When dealing with this issue, LUPA Justice provides workshops that help young people identify bullying and its affects on the bully and the victim. Gangs thrive on bullying to intimidate, create embarrassment, and social isolation to the victims. To humiliate and embarrass their victims is a rush for most of the kids who don’t see their behavior as inappropriate or bringing unwelcomed attention. Booker Geez has witnessed bullying in juvenile detention every day as a Juvenile Counselor. “The entire building was filled with bullies who were bullied growing up in their neighborhoods,” he would say. The deeper issue is that most bullies suffer from anger-management and lack appropriate role models at home. To fix this problem we have to help children and adolescents navigate relationships more smoothly. To do this we use role playing, visual aids and mentoring to help children better understand the nature of this problem.