Recognizing Bullying

THE FOLLOWING article is the first part of a series highlighting the serious problem of bullying.
 
When asked to remember their school days, some adults have pleasant memories of parties, football games, proms to die for and lasting friendships. Even if they did have some unpleasant experiences, for most, the good times outweighed the bad. However, for others, recalling that time in life brings back painful memories of being bullied: endless teasing, namecalling and sometimes much worse. Cases like the suicide earlier this year of David Molak, a student at Alamo Heights, have become more commonplace.
 

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