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When it comes to bullying, parents advice is often wrong

October 21, 2016

When it comes to bullying, parents advice is often wrong

By uclahealth uclahealth

Earlier this month, a high school in New Jersey canceled its traditional homecoming celebration for fear that the event would become an exhibition in “mass bullying.” The cancellation came after school officials at Rumson-Fair Haven High School in Rumson, New Jersey discovered that students were planning to elect a homecoming king and queen whose matches […]

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Tags: bullying, children's health, cyber-bullying, Elizabeth Laugeson, homecoming, mass bullying, mental health, national bullying prevention month, psychiatry, teasing, UCLA PEERS clinic, UCLA Semel Institute