National Bullying Prevention Month

Many of us can look back at our memories of grade school or high school and remember that one kid that made it their job to torment us. It may have seemed like a rite of passage in the past, but bullies today are more relentless and have more outlets than ever to bully their peers. If left untreated, bullying can lead to consequences like depression, a decline in academic performance or worst. In honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, make sure to check in on your child’s well-being.

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National Bullying Prevention Month
National Bullying Prevention Month | Mayo Clinic Connect
Many of us can look back at our memories of grade school or high school and remember that one kid that made it their job to torment us.