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it hurts people

Cornholio, 6, Wyoming

I can relate. I've moved around a lot in my life, and I find people are very, shall we say unaccepting, towards stranger. I've had friends hurt me, strangers shove me, and people just randomly shove my stuff on the ground. 

Always remember that just because no one fully understands exactly what you've gone through, doesn't mean they can't help or just be there for you. Just because bullying happens everywhere, doesn't make it right. Find someone who will help you get out of the sadness-pit you fall into every time you think of the hurt. Cause the least they could do, is just sit in there with you. 

L. Flint , 15, United states

i am victim of  bullying and it  hurts to see others hurt and going through the same situation that you going throughj

tasha, 17, castries/saint lucia

Bullying is wrong. Period.

Nick, 14, TX

i have been bullied before from being told to kill myself, stabbed in the hallway at school,pushed into lockers, and hate pages about me on social media. It really bugs me that my school says that they can't do anything about this. So basically they are saying that from people causing me some medical issues and depression they won't do anything about it. So all this anger and sadness about all of this has made me want to do anything to prevent bullying from happening to others. Lets all pitch in together to stop bullying!

Alyssa, 12, michigan

There was an unpopular girl at my school n she was bullied all the time, so one day i stood up for her and done something about i gave her a friend. You dont have to use violence or even tell someone about it, i just gave her a friend and found out that she is a really nice girl.

George, 15, UK

I know what it's like to be bullied, I understand how hard it can be some days, and I'm able to relate to those who have had it worse than me. My school isn't the best school, the teachers consider it to be a good atmosphere for kids like me, but it's not. Kids pick on the other kids constantly, people get pushed into lockers, kids get tripped in the halls, and you can hear laughter directed at someone wherever you go, all while the teachers are standing only a few feet away. So even though my school isn't the greatest it only makes me more motivated to make a difference, I care because bullying is one thing I just can't tolerate.

Maddy, 15, ND

I am bulled myself, and no one knows. no one notices. 
it is mostly emotoinal and mental, but that is worse that physical. with the emotoinal pain. every day, i dread going to school cause i starts all over again. the pain is awful, and no one notices. the worst part is that my parents abuse me as well.  i am all alone, 

Regggie, 13, USA

It's jus t not safe. I really don't like bullying. The words "Sticks and Stones might break my bones but names will never hurt me" is not true. Bullying counts the same BOTH mentally AND physically. So let's stop it together!

Alex, 13, Baltimore

We all deserve happiness.

peggy, 18, New York

errrr. i knew an awesome girl... she was bullied because of horrible rumores. she saw only one wy out,,, I am against bullying

sara, 15, ca

I care because...  I was bullied for four years. Being bullied leaves scars that no one can repair. Being bullied leaves you vulnerable to the harsh things in this world that can change a person and not always for the better.  My graduation paper/project this year is on bullying and teen depression.  Bulling is serious and anyone who takes it as a joking matter needs to look into the lives of those affected by it.  Stand Up.  Speak out.  The End Of Bullying Begins With Me.

Chelsie, 16, Cranberry TWP, PA

i got bullyied

bob, 22, indiana

i have never been bullied but i guess i know how horrible it may feel, i've seen a lot of people being bullied and i just feel bad because i can't stop it. i don't know how, but i just want bullying to stop, it makes kids and teens feel horrible about theirselves and we all have to be proud of ourselves, no matter what they say, so please make it STOP

Belen, 13, Pittsburgh

I was bullied all through primary... I had my own hate club..and I felt really bad to have people agianst me! now I'm in high school and this girl is trying to Bully my best friend and I because of our culture and because we're always smiling! I think bullying is happening all over the world and it;s not right we need to stop this!!

Allysa, 15, Bz

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