Bullying comes in all shapes and sizes, from mild teasing to more serious acts of physical violence.
In the most severe cases - stories that garner national attention - victims of bullying are so traumatized they go to extreme measures, sometimes taking their own life.
Now one Pickens mom says she can’t sit by and watch kids suffer from the sidelines. She’s taking the issue head on by forming a local anti-bullying group meant to provide victims and parents with tools to handle a problem, which she believes is pervasive in schools.
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