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Hidden Harm
What is hidden harm?
 
The concept of hidden harm has to do with the simple fact that we do not know everything about the members of our organization or team. We don’t even know everything about our best friend. Someone who is joining an organization or team could have things in their background that make them highly susceptible to serious repercussions if they are hazed.
 
Hazing can be physically or psychologically harmful to the healthiest seeming person, but mix hazing with any of the numerous issues individuals may be dealing with and the damage could increase drastically.

Please visit the hidden harm page at HazingPrevention.org for more information and to view video clips dealing with this subject.

    
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