I Care Because…

  • I care about bullying because it can harm and demote others in ways that are unreversible

    Claire — 12
  • Bullying is a chain reaction once someone gets bullied they start bullying others and if that continues this world will continue to fall apart. Another reason why I care about bullying is that bullying could make someone feel different about themselves and it could change what they do and how they act. A third reason why I care about bullying is that it is one of the leading causes in self-harm and self-harm is a very bad thing that should not be happening.

    Ivan — 13
  • Bullying is one of the main sources of mental illness, most students have other things in their life that are troubling. Bullying adds another layer of stress, sadness, and more to people's minds. Overall bullying has no benefits and is wrong in every way possible.

    Damon — 12
  • I care about bullying because I don't see the point of the bullying. Why would bullying someone because they don't have characteristics or a brand like you do. Why don't bullies look at themselves and think am I also perfect? Is what I'm doing right now right?

    Yobel — 12
  • i care because people deserve to be treated fairly

    connor — 14
  • it's not fun to do it and if people are getting bullied help them

    jarvis — 14
  • i care because i don't want no body to harm them selves

    jackson — 14
  • I care for those who have to go through bullying and those who bullied others. Why do I care for both points of view of cyberbullying, is because who gets bullied can get hurt or even hurt themselves and who bullies can also get hurt for who they bullied and get into trouble.

    Juan — 15
  • I care because I don't want them to get hurt, because a lot of teens have been in depression, and it's not right to bully someone if they haven't done anything to them.

    jenesis — 16
  • you identify children who need help whether they are the one being bullied or doing the bullying. By taking action, you can prevent both short-term and long-term negative outcomes.

    Ashton — 14