I Care Because…

 
  • i care because some people when they get bullied they take their life and they hated getting bullied and just wanted to be normal kid but couldn't take it anymore their parents lost their kid to bullying. imagine how much that would hurt. I care because it hurts to get bullied it could hurt a lot of a kid of young age make them quiet and not a normal fun kid.



    Jairo — 12
  • I care because there are people who are harassed verbally and being hurt physically. They don't deserve this. They didn't do anything wrong. There are people out there who need to hear that you matter and that you're not alone. You are amazing, don't let others define who you are. You are beautiful. And don't let others take that away from you.



    Max — 13
  • I care because I don't want people to feel like they don't belong here because everyone belongs somewhere. Kids shouldn't treated that way or anyone and it not fair for them. They think bullying make them cool and they don't know if they are hurting a lot of people, no matter who you are, where you come from, no matter what you look like, no matter what's your skin tone is, everyone should be treated equally.



    Wilna — 14
  • I care because bullying affects many. Bullying may not seem like a big deal but it can lead to harm whether that is physically or mentally. If a friend of yours was being bullied, would you help them? Of course you would. We need to start treating everyone as our friends and provide help if they need it. There is always light at the end of a dark tunnel. Check up on your friends often because they may be going through a rough patch.



    Avril — 13
  • i care because there are many kids around the world who grow up and experience bullying which could be bad for their physical and mental health. Some people may also be good at hiding it and may look very happy on the outside but, they're actually really sad. Just know if you're going through any type of bullying or hardship that you aren't alone and even if it seems tough now that there's always light at the end of the tunnel.



    Annika — 13
  • I care because bullying can affect people's lives years after it has happened and I know some people can bully others without even knowing they are bullying. Some people don't care about long term affects that bullying can have on people which is why those who do care need to do what they can to prevent those long term affects. I care because victims of bullying need someone who cares.



    Marin — 13
  • I care because so many people go through bullying and they may feel like they are alone, but you aren't. You never are. There is always a person that is going through the same thing and there is someone that cares about you and they want to help you. So reach out. Let them help you because with this help, you can grow and surpass hard times. I care about bullying because nobody deserves to go through this yet so many people do so let people know that you need help and always help others.



    Emilia — 13
  • I care because I stand up for whoever gets bullied because its wrong to hurt people, everyone matters no matter what. People think its a joke but that's hurtful to hurt people. EVERYONE MATTERS!




  • I care because bullying is hard to get through, even though its hard to get through keep trying because it will be better eventually. Even though someone is bullying you maybe they are going through something and maybe you could help them as well.



    Neve —
  • I care because we need to. Every single one of us, we have a responsibility to care. All of us have a right to happiness, to live each day fulfilling what we're meant to be, and doing as we want in this world. Bullying destroys people. From every word, to every action, we are broken, and begin to lose this right. Which is why I care. We need to stand up for everyone around us, no matter who they are. Those poor victims who have no one to turn to, those devastated teens, lonely and debating their own existence, they need us. I care, because if I didn't, someone, somewhere might not be here today. Stand with me against the bullies, and with each other. Together, we care.



    Katie — 13