Statistically, bullying and suicide go hand-in-hand, but there are other warning signs that a teen may be considering taking their own life.

“The research is really clear that youth who report bullying are at high long-term risk for suicide,” said Brandon Davidson, program director at Next Step Community Solutions. “Youth who report being bullied, and even bullies themselves, have the highest rank of mental health outcomes, including emotional anxiety and thoughts of suicide.”

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