Here & Now's weeklong series on bullying
"When you're on the receiving end, it stays with you," one commenter wrote of how bullying has impacted his life.
"The way that people defeat bullying is by banding together," says Emily Bazelon, who wrote a 2014 book on bullying titled "Sticks and Stones."
"One of the ways that I made myself feel better was to say disparaging things about other trans people," Meredith Talusan says of insecurity she felt while transitioning.
The director of the Anti-Defamation League's Center for Technology and Society weighs in on what's needed to better address cyberbullying.
Half of all Sikh children in the U.S. say they are bullied in school, according to a report by the Sikh Coalition — a rate roughly twice the national average.
We meet a former cyberbully who now works to protect young people from bullying, and a former victim of bullying who decided to confront the person who picked on her.
In the first part of a weeklong series, we speak with two professors to look at whether bullying is connected to other kinds of violence.