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I was really troubled by the story of Phoebe Prince, she was a normal girl, who only wanted to fit in. But bullies hunted her down everyday. As we all know, she comitted suicide. Her life didn't need to end that way, and neither does anyone else's. I think it's really important that we all raise awarness of bullying. We can't let another victim of bullying go through what Phoebe had too. I really wish I could've been there for her, but now, I'm here for everyone else, and so should you. 

Michelle, 15, MA

i used to be bullied but now im a pro baseball player and every body wants money

tj stears, 18, michigan/batllecreek

Ive been called every name possible. Dont just be a stand by. The person bullying me pushed me into lockers and stuff. Then she went to the princapal and she told him i was bullying her. And I get hurt and cry myself to sleep and it hurts. 

Kathrine, 14, Seattle

Even though i have never been bullied or anyone i knew was i still think its a horrible thing.Bullies should realize what there doing and why it isnt right to just pick on someone who does absolutley nothing to you. everybody is there unique self and the shouldnt be bullied by it and im here to help fight against the cruelty of bullying 

odalys, 12, IL

I been almost bullied in my whole entire life.People would call me fat even my best friends.When i would go to daycare i was like 5,6.7 almost everybody would call me fat.And i would cry to my sister and she talks to them to stop calling me fat.This one girl called me fat you know what i did  i stoud up for myself.I don't care what people says you know why because im proud to be me.I would do anything to stop bullying even if its a lot of work.So we need to stop bullying NOW not sooner or later BUT NOW!!!!!

Peyton, 10, FL

My 15 Year old son has a form of Aspergers but gets bullied and made fun of all the time. I do not know what to do for him. I am lost and can't stand to see him so hurt.

Heather, 36, Florida

I care because I know that it hurts and that it isnt okay. I have not personally expierienced it but I have stopped it before and will continue doing it forever.

Avery, 15, Florida

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