When it comes to bullies, they can come in all shapes, sizes, genders and ages.

“Everybody is unique,” Miriam Belopolsky, Imperial County Office of Education Student Wellbeing and Family Resources Department director, said. “This is human behavior. This is very much like psychology and sociology. We are unique individuals. That bully is a person.”

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