Author: Deliris “DMB” Montanez Berrios

Deliris “DMB” Montanez Berrios, Candidate for El Paso Council D-1 vacancy, is determined to improve the quality of life in our Sun City. Where do we employees spend the majority of our daily life? At work. And many times, we take what happens at work home to our loved ones.

DMB takes it upon herself to care for the physical, mental, and emotional (PME) aspects of the workforce in our Sun City and is committed to be the voice for the voiceless from their own fear of harassment, persecution, discrimination, retaliation, bullying, and unaccepted and unwelcome behavior.

In 2023, we will fight and loudly roar to take back our voices.

On October 22, 2022, she and nonpartisan volunteers raised public awareness about inhumane workplace practices and loopholes employers take advantage of and our government that clears corrupted employers from any responsibility, accountability, and justice.

Workplace bullying and mobbing kill. Targets lose their lives as they knew them when they bump up against workplace abuse. These losses mount: dignity, self-worth, ability to focus, motivation, feeling enough, trust in others and ourselves, sense of fairness, ability to relax, faith in our employers and society in general, connection, identity, feeling ourselves, feeling anything, inner peace, fulfillment, sleep, marriages, friendships, jobs, careers, health, health insurance, homes, savings, opportunities… and so much more.

It’s dehumanization to avoid corporate liability. Enough is enough.

Your loved one could be the next victim.

Like any other form of abuse, psychological abuse should NOT be allowed in the workplace. Avoiding corporate liability over upholding human well-being must be stopped.

As part of National Bullying Prevention Month, a nationwide protest was held on Saturday, October 22, 2022.

Join the fight to hold employers accountable for psychologically safe work environments. The Workplace Psychological Safety Act is coming in 2023. Sign the petition to receive updates about our efforts in Texas.

Editor’s note: Deliris “DMB” Montanez Berrios is running for the district 1 city council seat in the November 2022 election. Readers can learn more about Montanez Berrios at her campaign website: El Paso News encourages candidates to speak directly to the voters through our publication. The views expressed here are the views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the publication or its publisher. All candidates are encouraged to submit editorials. Submit your articles to

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One reply on “Candidate Editorial: Lives Lost to Workplace Bullying and Mobbing”

  1. We’re drowning in taxes and the roads are potholes and the Usual Suspects are all over the CC candidates and she thinks workplace bullying is the top issue! Guess who I’m NOT voting for. Talk about out of the loop.

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