By The Understood Team
Bullying is more prevalent than you might think. And kids with learning and attention issues may be especially at risk for bullying. Find out more.
The Understood team is composed of passionate writers, editors and community moderators, many of whom have children with learning and attention issues.
Molly Algermissen, Ph.D.
Apr 08, 2014
Apr 08, 2014
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At a Glance: Who Can Help With Bullying
The Difference Between Teasing and Bullying
The Bullying Problem: What You Need to Know
Anti-Bullying Resources: Books, Teen Forums and More
How to Organize a Screening of “Bully”
i get bullied alot
We're so sorry to hear that, @LPSlover14. Please join us in the Understood Community (http://u.org/1GsVO05) to tell us about what you're experiencing. And, with a parent or guardian, check out our Bullying Guide (http://u.org/1T0hrMm) to see what steps you can take next. Wishing you the best of luck!
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