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The Dark Side of Sibling Rivalries

A study made by the university of Oxford. Suggests that children who are bullied regularly by a sibling are more likely to suffer from depression when they’re older. read more

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Lamar Hawkins Article Follow-Up

Lamar Hawkins III had been bullied for some time now before taking his own life on September 14. The local police say they never received any reports of Lamar being bullied at any point in time. read more

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One In Five Workers Has Left Their Job Because Of Bullying

One third of people report being bulled at his or her job, and 20 % of people actually leave their job because of bullying. Those who were bulled say that they were constantly accused of making mistakes, deliberately excluded, and attacked for personal characteristics. read more

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Students Are Now Empowered By New Online Service To Report Bullies

Belton Middle School in Kansas City has introduced a new way to expose bullies with discretion, and from the comfort of your own home. The service is called Sprigeo, and the institution believes they can reduce the amount of bullies in the school by using it, since it meets students on their own digital turf. read more

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Bullying Isn’t Kids Play

Bullying is something most of us think happens between children, teenagers, and even young adults going to college and having full-time jobs. read more

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Texas Teen Raps for Hope

Jared Salas, Midland, TX, has a message for kids about hope and anti-bullying. He spends his time visiting schools, churches, and events trying to spread his message and prevent more kids from feeling lost or giving up. read more

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Family: Boy Who Committed Suicide Was ‘Repeatedly Attacked’ By Bullies

A 14-year-old boy, Lamar Hawkins III committed suicide because of ongoing bullying. The mother of the boy said her family moved from New York to Florida because of bullying, but it continued at his new school. read more

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Bullied Children At Higher Risk Of Night Terrors, Nightmares, Sleepwalking

Children who are victims of bullying are at a higher risk of having nightmares, night terrors and sleepwalking. Professor Dieter Wolke of University of Warwick in the UK published his findings on bullying on children between the ages of 8 & 10 are more likely to experience the mentioned effects later in life. read more

Seminole Teen’s Family Speaks On Son’s Death, Bullying At Greenwood Lakes

Tragic ending in Greenwood Lakes after 14-year-old Lamar Hawkins took his own life after having to deal with constant bullying. read more

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16 Year Old Beaten Up For Acting Too Much Like A “White Person”

A high school girl was taunted and beat up right after she stepped off the bus. The perpetrator said the reason behind his horrific actions sparked from his belief that the girl was acting too much like a white person. read more

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This video is a serious example of the virus Cyber Bullying and it’s disease like effects. The cure for the virus is found in those who stand up against it!

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