I Care Because…

 
  • I care because I love to offer support and stand up and speak out for those who are being bullied and help others to be kind to another and tell them we are all equal.



    hellen — 15
  • A long time ago, I was bullied because I was short. They chased me and made me trip over a log and made my leg trip over backwards, broken. I never want anyone to get hurt like that again. I CARE about people and their health! })i({



    })i({ — 12
  • I CARE BECAUSE I WAS BULLIED HALF MY LIFE AND IT WAS VERY HARD FOR ME TO UNDERSTAND NOT TO CARE ABOUT WHAT THEY WERE SAYING ABOUT ME.




  • I have always been overweight and poor so I was bullied I went to school after school being called fat being called taxi everything u could imagine I was called it broke me so much I put on an act I was loud and I never spoke to anyone or gained friends but underneath the act I was depressed I did not eat I self harmed and it was horrible I felt alone I want other people to not feel alone IOVE U GUYS XXXX



    Tiffany — 13
  • People don't deserve to be bullied for who they are and its not right to treat them differently 🙁



    Anonymous. — Anonymous.
  • Kids shouldn't get bullied because it can make the want to end their lives and everyone needs a chance to live a good live.



    NNN — 12
  • I dis-like bullies, but we can make a difference! I've been bullied, and being bullied, but i still try. I help others as much as I possibly can. I love everyone, even if they are a bully, but we can change them to be better than what they look. I care because I'm not the only one who gets bullied, and I WILL help! No matter what it takes! Be confident! Stay calm! And don't look back, just walk away!!



    Skye — 13
  • When I was in grade 4 I was bullied because how I looked and I don’t want people to go through what I when through



    Mark — 12
  • bullying is not cool. people just bully others because how they feel




  • LGBTQ+ kids and people of color are some of the most likely to experience harassment, violence, and bullying.



    Emory — 17