Mean Boys are a Thing, Too — Here’s How to Help Your Son Manage Toxic Relationships


By Katie Hurley, The Washington Post


A 13-year-old boy fights back tears as he describes near-constant harassment by three of his peers. On a good day, they call him a girl. On a bad day, they threaten to hurt him, call him unspeakable names, and troll him on his social media accounts…more

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