1. 160,000 U.S. children miss school every day due to a fear of bullying.
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  2. 75%
    of school shooting incidents have been linked to bullying and harassment.
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  3. Bullying affects nearly 1 in 3 American schoolchildren in grades six through 10.
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  4. 6 out of 10 teenagers in the U.S. say they witness bullying in school once a day.
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  5. In 1981, a man who had been bullying residents of a small Missouri town was murdered in broad daylight when 46 people rose up against him, in an act of vigilante justice.
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  6. People with unfortunate initials, such as P.I.G. or A.S.S. have significant lower life expectancy, due to psychological stress related to childhood bullying.
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  7. 64% of children who were bullied did not report it.
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  8. Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was bullied as a kid for his gangly form and big ears.
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  9. As a child, Elon Musk was bullied so severely, he once had to be hospitalized because of a beating from other students.
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  10. In 2013, a parent filed a bullying report on a Texas high school football coach for beating his son's team 91-0.
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  11. Only 1 in 10 victims of cyber-bullying tell a parent.
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  12. 60% of boys described as bullies in school were convicted of at least one crime by the age of 24, a study found.
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  13. Singer Demi Lovato pursued her education through home-schooling, after being a victim of bullying.
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  14. Japanese Princess Aiko decided to stay home for a few months in 2010 due to bullying from her classmates.
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  15. A 2013 study by Michigan State University found that unattractive people are more likely to be bullied in the workplace.
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  16. Childhood bullying can cause lifelong psychological damage, including depression, anxiety, social withdrawal and severe trust issues.
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