Keith Carothers of Cabot teaches his students a way to keep their heads up if they are being bullied.
He’s instructing them in how to defend themselves against bullies without physically fighting back, through his Bully Busters program at his Cabot martial arts studio, Premier Martial Arts.
“I came up with this program because I’ve seen so many teens’ and kids’ suicides from bullies at school,” he said. “I thought [my martial arts classes] would be the perfect opportunity to teach these kids about bullies.”
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