Are you being harrased, made fun of, or being picked on for the smallest things? Do people make you feel bad about yourself, call you names that aren't nice, or start rumors about you that aren't true? These are all forms of bullying. You may not realize it, but if these are one of the situations that's happening to you, you're being bullied.
Nobody should feel ashamed of being bullied. It's not anyone's choice. The only people that should feel ashamed are the bullies. They don't have the right to bother and hurt other people, that's why someone should know.
If you know that you're being bullied read on to see how you can help stop it:
Some key things you should know before you tell someone that you are bullied:
People you can talk to about your bullying situation:
What you should do
EVEN IF YOU TELL SOMEONE AND NO ONE LISTENS, KEEP TALKING TO THEM ABOUT THE ISSUE. PEOPLE CAN GET DISTRACTED FROM THINGS BUT IF IT IS BROUGHT UP CONTINUOUSLY, THEY'LL FINALLY HEAR YOU.
You can be the voice for many silent ones. Tell someone before the bullies reach everyone. You can change the way of things. It doesn't take an army to fight a battle, it only needs one strong and brave person to defeat them.
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