Demands for improving online safety continue to capture headlines, often for the worst reasons.. While this outcry has signaled renewed interest in “stamping out” cyber-bullying and reinvigorated health and well-being protocols for young people, interventions continue to fall behind the
Luckily, it really does get better. A new study has provided the strongest evidence to date that exposure to bullying is directly responsible for mental health issues years later — but also evidence that these detrimental effects decrease over time.
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