Dr. Susan Lipkins says Chase is a hero for learning how to stand up to bullies.
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Dr. Lipkins says Chase is a true hero. "He's a hero for coming here today, for telling his story, for sharing it," she says.

Chase says he's learned a lot. "In order to stop the bullying, we have to tell ourselves that we're not going to be victims," he says.





FROM: Bullied to Death: Two Devastated Moms Speak Out
Published on May 06, 2009
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