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Pushed to the Brink: Bullycide on the Rise

19 minutes 20 seconds

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Bullycide is the term that describes those desperate instances of young people taking their own lives to escape from relentless harassment by their peers. Bullying can have enormous and tragic consequences. Commentary from Dr. Joel Haber, a clinical psychologist and recognized national expert on bullying, identifies various forms of bullying and discusses important tips for dealing with bullies. He also urges students to join together and become proactive defenders of victims before they reach their breaking point.

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Runtime: 19 minutes 20 seconds

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    Melissa K. (Sun Valley, CA)
    November 10th, 2021 at 10:53 AM

    Very powerful; fostered a lot of positive discussion between students.