Bullying has really evolved over the years and has drawn great concern from parents nationwide. What was dismissed as just “growing pains” and just being a part of childhood is growing into a serious problem. Bullying is a grave concern for youths, educators, parents and for society. It has grown beyond taunts and now there is a strong link of bullying being connected with suicide. Kids that are bullied are up to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University. Stopbullying.gov reported an estimated 15 percent of high school students were electronically bullied in 2015. About 49 percent of children starting in the 4th grade claimed that they were bullied at least once a month. These stats are staggering and should not be taken lightly. As parents we need to respond and prevent bullying. Here are 5 signs that your child is being bullied.