What to do if you suspect your child is being bullied

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SINGAPORE – Sarah (not her real name), 14, was an average student with a reputation for being snobbish and a show-off.

She was not well-liked and, after a while, a group of five vocal classmates began bullying her, calling her names and using vulgarities.

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