Have any of you witnessed anything like this - especially if you have tween/teenage girls? Apparently "bullying" (for lack of a better word) is more prevalent than we realize, largely because girls tend not to talk about it.

Anyone care to share experiences, insight, advice?

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Interesting topic that I think many of us can relate to.

My daughter wasn't necessarily bullied but  wow...girls can be so nasty. My daughter has always hung out with boys MUCH more than girls. I think much of the issue with girls is rooted in jealousies -- over boys, appearance, acheivements, or possessions.

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