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Resources designed to encourage student to student conversation.

Designed for schools and other organizations to leverage resources, at no cost and easily accessible on-line, to encourage students to educate, inspire and support each other to address bullying and create kinder and safer schools.

Ask Carmen

Carmen is a member of the Kids Against Bullying “Club Crew”, and she knows a lot about how to prevent bullying. She gives great advice about bullying to kids around the country.

Read what Carmen said to other kids, and ask her your own question!

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I Care Because

Nobody deserves to be treated like they're nothing. Everyone has a purpose in this life. Everyone on this site inspires me so much, you are all so strong. Don't give up now, prove you are more than them. 

Victoria, 16, Illinois

When I was in middle school, I was an immature kid who did stupid stuff and enjoyed it.  But then as I entered high school I came down with a horrendous disease that took much of my enjoyment of life away.  My family sent me to a treatment center and I made a full recovery.  The people at the center told me that I would be able to fit back into life just like everyone else when I got better, but I never have been able to.  I think everyone my age isn't worth being friends with and I haven't exactly enjoyed my life since I got out of the center.  My sadness this summer has quickly led me to believe that my purpose in life may not be to enjoy, but to help others so they don't struggle through life.  I hope to form an anti-bullying organization this coming school year.

Jake, 16, Pa

i care because i dont like bullies they should know how to protect them selves from bullies when they are being bullied

michael , 20, new jersy

I was bullied all throughout school. It was the worst in middle and high school. It got to a point I didn't want to talk to anyone in fear they'd pick on me. I had people spray silly string in my hair, call me names... I even had a group of girls put my name in the homecoming court nominations as a joke (kind of like the movie Carrie). And even though I graduated 5 years ago, to this day, some of the things they said still affect me and I'm very self-concious about myself. It's something that I've had to work on day by day. I just think to myself that they only said mean things to pull attention away from their flaws. And day by day, little by little, and with the support of my friends and loved ones, I see more good in me than bad. Nobody should ever think they're alone when it comes to bullying. Because you're never alone. There's people out there who know what you're going through and will help you through your issues. Hopefully one day, bullying will be a thing in the past and people will actually treat others with the decency they deserve.

Tori, 22, Ft. Myers, FL

Up since middle school & now i am still bullied. but more back in middle school. it mostl likely stopped when i got to high school. but i was still ridiculed & haunted by what people called me. I can never put away what they have haunted within me. I only wish to be able to talk to some one. But i have no confidence in myself. I have always been afraid to speak up. I hurt people because of what i have been through in my past & what i am still going through now. I only wish that  someday i can be a better person. I know that, that can only happen if i start making some good new changes in my life. But it is so hard. 

Marie , 19, california

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