A Pediatrician Talks About the Dangers of Bullying


From MinnPost: According to pediatrician Michael Pitt, M.D., pediatricians see a spike in suicide attempts at back-to-school time, in part due to anxiety over bullying at the launch of the school year. Pediatricians and parents should be aware of the impact of bullying and learn how to best support victims.

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  1. My experience is that the medical community believes the cure for bullying, is to drug the bullied person. If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail, right doctors? Although, he didn’t seem to touch on the likelihood that those “depressed” and “anxious” bullied children will likely get drugs for those “mental illnesses,” now did he?