Signs of bullying in kids and how parents can help
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Signs of bullying in kids and how parents can help

The raging hormones during the teenage years make children fall prey to emotional upheavals at times. These outbursts can stem from various circumstances, which include feeling frustrated, sensing a threat or receiving unfair treatment. Despite the implementation of strict anti-ragging policies, bullying in schools continues to be on the rise, especially with the advent of cyberbullying. A study published by Banaras Hindu University in January 2023 found that the prevalence of bullying in India stands at a staggering 50–60 per cent. Bullying can have adverse consequences on children’s mental health if not addressed at the earliest.
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