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I was bullied for just being me wich is so unfair i want it to stop for every one 

anyssa, 15,

i was bullied before and not just was i still am getting bullied because i am a girl in the 6th grade and people pick on me because of 2 things and that is my face and my shoes its not my fault if i cant afford name brand shoes my face is that i am breaking out with lite spots but it is blending in with my my my color sometimes i cry but then when i stop and think about everything i tell myself that they are only hurting themselves and i also say i am going to put a stop to this and i did cause now i am the school president in till i leave for high shcool and know the kids that bullied me are jealous

Audrianna, 11, nc aulander

Bullying is wrong
The world would be great without bullying. 

Anonymous, 5, NY

When I was nine, I was bullied A LOT. By my height, shoe size, even what headbands I wore! But then I realized...with bullying, you can't just let it happen, but you have to stand up for yourself and say, "Hey, stop that, it's not nice,", or go see a teacher. It's not something that'll just blow over in time.

Vienna, 12, Miami

I care because I was bullied for four years and it made me miserable. The bullying started when I was ten and it has not stopped. It has mostly been from the same girl and her friends. I don't want anyone to have to go through what I went through, and I what to bring an end to bullying. Nobody deserves to be scared, angry, sad or ashamed every day. To anyone out there who is being or has been bullied - even if you feel alone, please never give up hope that things can get better. You deserve to be happy no matter what the bully/bullies say.

Georgina, 14, England

I don't want people to get hurt.

Gabby, 4, Pennsylvania

i care because i was cyber bullied it was fun.
i sometimes cried my self to sleep because it hurt me to much i wanna do somthing to perfent cyber bullying and other kind of bulling because there kids in my school who get bullied and i never know what to do about it but know i do. ill take action and fight for what i belive in .

Ashley, 13, on

ig ot bullied and it really  hurt my fellings but i learnrd a vauble lesson stand up for yourself and do'nt be afarid to talk to somone about it.

daniel, 15, colorado

Sometimes I find my friend being bullied because of what she likes or dislikes. I can see how much it hurts her and it isn't ok. I try to stand up to the bullies and now we have a non-bullying club that some kids in our neighborhood go to. I also know what it feels like to go through it, and it isn't anything that anyone ever appreciates.

Ashley, 13, Texas

This is ridiculous conduct. And never accepted. Its got to stop: the cruelty and violence. It destroys lives both physically and mentally. 

Annett, 52, fl

i care because ive never been bullied and im sorry if ur bullied life must suck but remember stand strong

max, 10, utah

I always been bullied since I was a kid.I'm still been bullied even I'm 16,I have no friends...I'm alone..I always hurts physically and emotionally..I hope there were "the international organization" that could bring me to anti bullying meeting
...but at the same time I want (bullying things about me) to be keep as a secret...james not my real name by the way
..I'm not living in uk

james, 16, uk

"I CARE BECAUSE BULLYING IS NOT THE SOULTION TO ANYTHING ! ;D"

Maria, 14, INDIANA

I had a friend who tried to commit suicide. Thank godness I was there to stop her. But I'm not always going to be there. Bullying has gone on long enough and I say it ends here. But we have to spread the word

Demi#1fan4ever, 13, md

I have been bullied before. It's definatly not something that you can get over easily, and not many people understand that. For my elementary school carrer, I went to a public school in my town. I was bullied a lot there, but I didnt tell my parents because I didnt think they would have understood. In sixth grade, I started going to a private school. I was so happy because i thought there would be a lot less bullying, but I was wrong. One day I found a  very mean-spirited note in my locker. I had to spend my whole day in the dean of student's office... I wasnt allowed to talk to any of my friends. I dont want anyone to get hurt anymore, it doesnt make any sense to me of why anyone would even think about doing anything like this, knowing thst bullying takes away peoples lives. Its time for us to make a difference in our community. We need to start now.

Kelly, 11, ME

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