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im losing confidence in myself. Getting pushed around during school hours and as seeing those people never getting caught. Getting bullied about my size,my weight,and my height is painfull. Teachers see you get bullied yet they dont do nothing to stop them. People like me dont know much but we still get hurt.We get this awful pain inside. I'm a 13 year old girl who is losing confidence in herself but still wants to change the world and make a difference and gain that confidence back to become a better yet stronger person in life.

yanette, 13, MA

I have been torimentented sence I can remember. No one! No one! deserves to feel as alone and as scred as I did. I was blamed for being bullied and its not your fault your not alone. Wipe the tears off your face and stand up and make a difference, you could help a kid like I used to be. Someone out there needs your help. And even if no one understands theres a man above who does :)

Makenzie, 13, Bristol,Indiana

Ive been bullyed most of my life . I was sad and mad and dident know what to do . I felt Lonely and with no bosy to talk to . 

Luis Bamf izzy , 14, EL paso \ Texas

Bullying is wrong. Even though it is disgusting, I feel for the bullies they have either been bullied them selves or just not cared about and couldn't do anything about it. So now they take it out on smaller weaker victims. And what I'm saying to the bullies is to stop and talk about your problems. It will make you feel better and help prevent futer bullies and bullying.

Jonathan, 11, Minnesota

I am bullied. I always have been. I use to want tocommit suicide because it brought my self esteem down so low. I use to cut myself but now I want to help end bullying and show them that there is hope and they can find it just like I did. I show them hope through my music. 

Courtney, 16, Mississippi

I'm 36 years old and was bullied my entire schooling. I don't know how I made it, but the effects of that time as a child has stayed with me. I have children of my own, and one is going through it. It enrages me, especially because of how wonderful person she is. If you see it happening, stand up. A person can only be so strong alone."

Brittney, 36,

i have been builed by my ^th grade teacher and my school know n they decided to do nothing about it because it happened a year ago .Even though it happened a year ago it still happened and its ruining my life ....WHAT SHOULD I DO?????

linzie, 13, illionios

in middle school this group girls started bullying three of my friends and they had no reason why. it started getting worse and worse. one of them even hit one of my friends with her jacket! and on  another occasion, i saw them cursing out one of my friends and in class i asked her if she was alright, but she said about another time where they kept toching her hair and she had no choice but to call them off. she started crying, but when class started, she got better. all of them should have went to the teacher, but they decided to stick it out. the next year, a few of them moved away and the bullying stoped. it hurt me seeing my friends being bullyed, but they were so brave that they inspired me to be brave too, to always think of the positive. not of the negative.

Stepanie, 17, CA

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