Study that Shows Bullying Can Lead to Depression

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The Confidence Post found an incredibly compelling argument for why it’s so important to address bullying in schools (case for support in why attending or referring family and friends to our Confidence & Me events throughout the year in Long Beach, CA is that much more beneficial to our community). A new study was just published that reported that bullying may be responsible for 30% of cases of depression in adults! The report showed that teens who were bullied at age 13 were more likely to be depressed as adults. The findings suggest that curbing bullying in schools will improve public health years later… Check out the full article from the LA times — Long-term study shows why bullying is a public health problem.

Please email  or visit www.jllb.org to learn more about our free Confidence & Me: A Toolkit for Empowering To-Be-Teens programs for 5-8th graders and their caregivers in Long Beach, and how you can help or participate.

Junior League of Long Beach Impact Statement:

The Junior League of Long Beach will work with community partners in Long Beach to combat bullying through character development and life skills programs for 5th‐8th graders and their caregivers that encourage relationship building and respect for self and others.

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