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Actor and country singer John Schneider, who fans know from his roles on "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Smallville," "The Haves and the Have Nots," and his new film “Switched,” joins The Doctors to discuss modern-day bullying.
John, who says he was bullied as a kid, feels a lot has changed in the ways kids are bullied compared to when he was growing up. When he was young, he notes that only the people involved in the incident knew about the bullying, but today that has changed.
He says due to phones and social media, "People have the ability to be globally humiliated now.... when you are bullied today, especially if you are bullied in a cyber sense, it's a global event that you may never outlive."
Check out John in "Switched," where he plays the father of a girl whose body is switched with a less popular classmate -- available online.