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Families battle bullying with unexpected ally: military school

11:09 AM, Jan. 14, 2013
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Bullying is reaching epidemic proportions in North America, with 83 percent of American girls and 79 percent of boys saying they've experienced harassment, according to the National Education Association. Adults typically respond to bullying issues with concern, outrage and frustration, and for many, the only thing worse than being the parent of a bullied child is discovering their own child is the one committing the bullying.

"My parents were horrified to find out that I had bullied other kids in my school and neighborhood," says John Nelson (name changed to protect his privacy). "They ...

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