Study: Popularity Can Raise Risk Of Being Bullied

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According to new research, the cartoon “spokescharacters” on cereal boxes are purposefully drawn with their stares angled downward to make eye contact with young children, which researchers say raises the trust level between kids and the carto...

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OAKLAND, CA—Upon realizing that opponents always seem to have better facilities, equipment, and players, team sources confirmed Friday that Oakland A’s outfielder Coco Crisp approached manager Bob Melvin and quietly asked whether their team wa...

Date Invites Woman Upstairs To Check Out Red Flags

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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
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