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Bullying is such a common thing and the society isnt recognizing the extremes people will go to! There have been so many suicides from kids that dont even know why they are being bullied. And half the time they are being bullied its not even their fault! It has to do with the bullies. Maybe their life hasnt been perfect or they have abusive parents. Kids these days dont even tell their parents whats going on at school, fearing they will get made fun of for being a "tattle-tale" and then get bullied even more. Society doesnt realize what the extremes are. Like Columbine High School shooting is a very big example. The shooters were victems of bullying one way or another. And that day should have effected the society and showed them that this is what happens when adults, teachers, playground monitors..etc are not aware of what goes on during that "regular school day". I AM A VICTEM OF BULLYING AND IT NEEDS TO STOP. NOW.

Kolbe, 15, Ky

Ever since I started middle school, it has been hard for me socially. I have a type of Autism and occasionally get the "you're so cool (not)"  behavior from girls and boys. Bullying is a serious problem at my school and no one has established a Bullying prevention program. This year I intend to fix this problem with the help and support of the friends I trust and the Teachers I admire.

Emily, 13, OR

I think bullying is wrong because you would not like to be treated like that at all so lets stop! and make the world a better place 

mihivan, 15, fargo nd

people get hurt very often and i think it is wrong to bully im sayin this from the heart

lil d, 17, richmond va

I care beacuse me and all of my friends still get bullied for how we look ,how we talk, and how we dress.  The nice thing is that all my friends have each other and we never listen to them.  We listen to each other.

Alex, 12, Missouri

I used to be a bully. In my mind I didnt call it bullying. Now i look back at it and think how horrible I acted over childish things. Now I am 18 an I swear that I will be helpful. I am the end to bullying 

Kenzy, 18, Indiana

I get bullied alot because i have autisum 

amie, 12, beccles

Bullying is never okay; despite how angry someone may make you feel, that doesn't give you the right to try to bring someone else down. That just makes you look sad, and unloved.

Fatima, 14, Atlanta

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