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I Care Because

 One of the most important times in a person's life is when they are a teenager. I don't think anyone should have to look back to those years and the only thing they remember are horrible memories of being bullyed. I care because teenagers let alone children shouldn't have to be constatly worrying about what people are going to say or do to them.

Elizabeth, 16, SC

Ive been bullied for so long and I actually punched someone because it was  so bad. This should not happen to anyone so this stops here and now.

Robbie, 13, Arcadia, Ohio

On behalf of Prime Time Palm Beach County, we support kids against bullying!

Katie, 30, Boynton Beach, Florida

i've never been bullied, but i know that it is painful on the outside, and the inside.. i hate when i see people being bullied because i don't know how it feels to be them. i want to put a stop to it.

Kyle, 11, MN

I'm supporting anti-bullying because i was bullied when i was 14 so this has to end

Cedrick, 16, Peoria, Illinois

I care because I used to be a bully in elementary and I seen how I changed those people's life. In middle school I was normal and did not bully anyone. In high school I was bullied, a lot. I was confused why anyone would want to be mean to me when I was always so nice. The person I bullied the most is now my best friend. DONT BULLY

Teasia, 16, Michigan

He don't worry about being bullied.  If you see someone getting bullied, tell a teacher or an adult that wills tep in a help.  Or get a group of friends to stand up to the bully.  Don't be afriad, and don't let him get power over you.

Bradley, 13, Georgia/Dacula

i care because people should not be treated bad there supposed to be treated right no one should be bullied at all 

Denise, 9, Irving TX

People should not be bullied everyone is BEAUTIFUL they should never give up, BECAUSE we need to put an end to bullying , the person being bullied need to remember that theres always someone out there to help them.

Trinity, 13, Virginia

bullying is unacceptable because it can cause a lot of trouble.It can affect the way people learn or the way they act.It can hurt people's feelings.KIds should learn how to make peace and be nce to each other.By doing this it will mae our school and community a better place.This is why I care                                                                                                                                   

Abisola, 12, MA

"I have been bullied about my weight for as far back as i can remember. The only times i ever feel pretty is when im alone and there is no one there to tell me im not. being bullied is nothing to joke about. People say words can't hurt you but they can, and i have known that my whole life. Everyday on my way to school i wonder who is going to call me fat and ugly today. I want everyone to know that bullying isn't right no matter what the reason is. "

Brittany, 13, Illinois

I get bullied at school, and I don't like it so why should anyone else.

Ally, 12, Pennsylvania, Lancaster

I have been bullied all my life.. Being called fat, ugly, useless, dumb, and slut... Now i am still bullied but i am starting to learn how to handle it correctly.. Bullying literally ruined my life.. I was leaning towards cutting my wrists and thinking about suiciede everyday..  Now i have reliezed im not the only one and now im here reading all these stories and reliezing how good i have it... there are people with much worse stories than mine. but bullying is bullying and it should all be stopped ASAP. you are beautiful . remember that. follow your dreams and never give up. I have learned how to control my actions and love life and you should too.

Sophie , 13, louisiana

I was bullied in elementary school and middle school. It was a very hard time for me and I felt so lonely. But recently I joined Unify Against Bullying ! Check it out and do the unify selfie challenge ! It's a great program.

Rae, 17,

a friend was bullied and i've seen how much it hurts...
I hope the bullying will stop!

Eline, 12, Belgum

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