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New ABC show confronts bullying

Sat 18 March 17

Bullying can take boys to the edge, gripped by emotional scars that parents may not be able to see. It can have devastating consequences, when children or teens feel they have limited ability to get passed the continuous, unrelenting pressure and abuse being bullied may entail. There has been a number of positive anti-bullying programs take shape over recent years, paving the way for kids to “look out” for one another and take on the mantra “bullying, no way!” Former Olympian and world champion swimmer Ian Thorpe has taken to Australian television in his own effort to confront bullying among students in Queensland schools. Thorpe says he was bullied by some of his teachers when he returned to his south Click here to continue reading.

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