Study: Popularity Can Raise Risk Of Being Bullied

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Study: Popularity Can Raise Risk Of Being Bullied

Contradicting the common belief that bullies primarily target social outcasts, a new study has found that children who move up the social ladder to become more popular can also experience bullying. What do you think?

  • “It cut like a knife when kids used to mock my nice clothes and rugged good looks.”

    Brent Cronin
    Litigation Attorney
  • “What about the forgotten kids in the middle? Isn’t anyone going to make fun of them?”

    Marcia Krister
    Medical Supply Retailer
  • “This is why I only wear my Oakley wraparound shades at home.”

    Dan Oster
    Systems Analyst