Victims of sibling bullying are at greater risk for mental problems

06/17/2013 | · USA Today

Being bullied or maltreated by a brother or sister in the past year was associated with lower mental health scores in children and teens, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics. Researchers noted that exposure to two types of victimization -- such as physical assault and psychological aggression -- by siblings was linked to worse mental health status than experiencing just one type.

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