By Jonathan Horn
Catherine Mattice spent five years being bullied at her job at a now-defunct San Diego nonprofit.
She began showing up late, became depressed, anxious, angry and unhappy.
It got so bad that in 2007, Mattice, then the human resources director, was asked to leave.
“Bullying is basically psychological abuse,” said Mattice, 33, of University Heights. “You have people who feel very victimized, and your job is a big part of your self-concept of who you are. And when somebody is ripping you to shreds every day then it takes a toll on you.”
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