Bullying Affects People into Adulthood

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By Molly Clifton

It appears child bullying can affect people long into adulthood.

Researchers at Duke University found that bullied children are more likely to have anxiety disorders, depression, and suicidal thoughts as adults. C

hildren who were bullies themselves were also at an increased risk of developing anti-social personality disorders years later.
 



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