You may experience depression, high blood pressure or substance abuse problems.
You may have trouble sleeping at night and getting up in the morning, and you may come to believe that you are to blame for the way you are treated.
Your co-workers may be bullying you if they give you the "silent treatment" or otherwise consistently ostracize you. Superiors, peers or even subordinates may sabotage your work to provide a pretext for disciplining you or even firing you.
Your tormentors may even accuse you of bullying them if you stand up to them.
Intimidation means to make fearful or to put into fear.
Generally, proof of actual fear is not required in order to establish intimidation.
(4) Give any false or misleading information or testimony or refrain from giving any testimony, information, document or thing, relating to the commission of a crime, to an attorney representing a criminal defendant.
(5) Elude, evade or ignore any request to appear or legal process summoning him to appear to testify or supply evidence.
(2) Give any false or misleading information or testimony relating to the commission of any crime to any law enforcement officer, prosecuting official or judge.
(3) Withhold any testimony, information, document or thing relating to the commission of a crime from any law enforcement officer, prosecuting official or judge.
When you intimidate, you frighten or make someone afraid.
A pet rat might intimidate your sister's friends, keeping them out of your fort.
I was on the point of saying this, but Schomberg's stare was intimidating.