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Lightbulb Bullying & Tourette Syndrome

An insightful article in the Tourette Syndrome section of the CDC. Bullying is something many TS kids have experienced. (And sadly many other kids experience too)
I am thankful to note that, especially in recent years, the whole topic of bullying is being more openly addressed for the harm it causes the victim, as well as the perpetrator, instead of being put in that "kids will be kids" bucket!

Tourette Syndrome and Bullying | CDC
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