I Care Because…

  • I care because people should not be treated that way, it can really have an effect on their self esteem or make them feel weak and useless and nobody should feel that way and nobody should make them feel that way. It's a unacceptable thing that happens to often.

    Hannah — 14
  • I care because I myself was a victim of bullying and it affected me in every aspect; my grades suffered, I became antisocial, my physical health declined. I dont want that happening to anyone else.

    Ben — 16
  • I care because I was bullied all through elementary and Middle school. That's why I'm home schooled to this day. I don't wan't anyone else to have to go through this.

  • god made lives not races stop bullying each other and start loving each other as god loves each one of us .

    JONATHAN — 18
  • I care because I too was bullied when i was 11 and you never know if a friend is being cyberbullied online. For example, David from David's Law had been cyberbullied and had people speading untrue rumors about him . One day i guess he just couldn't take it and ...... Thats why being a bystander to bullying online or in person isn't eacceptable because one action or one word like " Stop! " could help so much. Another way to stop it is to tell a adult, teacher, or parent .

    Marcus — 15
  • One of my friends got bullied and he got in a fight in fifth grade and i was involved. it was by sixth graders and i defended him and his parent came to my house and complimented me for standing up for him.

    Ayden — 12
  • I was bullied all my life and I know what it feels like, so if I try to prevent bullying other people won't have to go through what I went through.

    Maribel — 12
  • I have been bullied really badly before

    Christian — 12
  • I can't lose friends due to bullying. It's sad just seeing friends suffer because of some actions that are avoidable. I really hope it stops although it won't. I don't want to go through bad moments that can affect my life.

    Abnerm — 12
  • I care because, honestly, no matter how different we are, we will always be the same in many different ways and we will always be family. If you care, and if you believe, be an upstander, not a bystander, you can change anything even though sometimes it may be hard. You just gotta put you heart to it. I know what it feels like to be hurt, but no one should ever feel that way. You as one person can start off change, and as you go, more people will be united. I believe in you. You cand do anything.

    Akeelah — 13