Children involved in bullying grow up to be poorer, sicker adults
Bullied children who bully others have more health problems when they grow up than children who aren't part of the bullying cycle, a study finds. They're also more likely to have financial problems, including difficulty keeping a job. The findings run counter to a still-widespread notion that bullying is a childhood rite of passage with little lasting harm, the researchers say.
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