Some more facts on bullying

 

Apparently it is not recognised in Canada until November, and then they only recognise it for 1 week!

* 280,000 students are physically attacked in school every month
* 43% of students fear harassment in the bathroom
* 77% of students are bullied mentally, verbally and physically
* 1 out of 5 students admit to being a bully or participating in bullying behaviour
#helptraceystopbullying  #stopbullying 

#teensmentalillness  #teensmentalhealth  #stopteensuicide 

#stopstigmatizingmentalhealth  #changingfaceofmentalillness 

#engageeducateempower

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