Bully Pulpit

Giese, Rachel
May 2012
Walrus;May2012, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p15
An essay regarding bullying is presented. The author relates her personal experience in her son, she says that she was always invited in the principal's office and once received an official suspension from her son's school. The author mentions that because of bullying and extreme torment from their peers, several young people have killed themselves. According to parenting expert Barbara Coloroso, kids usually bully to cover up their hurt feelings and their feelings of unwanted.


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