SPOTLIGHT: Bullying raises suicide risk for perpetrators, too

It's not surprising to learn, sadly, that victims of bullying face a higher risk of suicide than those who haven't been bullied. However, a new study suggests that their tormentors suffer, too. In fact, a new study of bullying in 13 countries shows that bullies are also more likely than the general population to have suicidal thoughts. Blog

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