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Just because you're not being shoved in a locker, I know how suffocating all this can get anyway.
You know that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you're having a really good day, and then—out of nowhere—you remember a really terrible thing you were doing such a good job of ignoring until that very moment, and  ...
 
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Anyone can help.
In this eye-opening anti-bullying campaign, a girl is being called names and insulted by girls a little bit older than her. What happens next is a prime example of how anyone can prevent bullying. The only thing stopping you is when you ...
 
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Thank you.
Thank you.Whether it was during my chilhood or puberty stage, you made school a battlefield. Yes, we go to school to learn. Perhaps you were all part of that package. And I must say, I'm lucky to have encountered people like you.You ...
 
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I was a bullied kid and I'm doing better now.
I remember packing up my things—school books and a Hello Kitty pencil case—all set in my roller bag. It was the first day of pre-school and I was excited to make new friends at a new school. I was always the jolly ...
 
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Because One Direction and anti-bullying are more than enough to get you excited to go back to school.
 
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Justin Bieber talks cyberbullying and why you should be aware of what's happening online.
We love how Justin Bieber joins the battle against cyberbullying in this PSA. Click play to watch the video and find out how you can be more responsible online. Remember to always #banbullying. The next life you save could be your own.( ...
 
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After getting ridiculed for her appearance, this teen gets a free surgery to pin her ears back. Just right or too much?
In this CNN feature, a 14-year-old teen girl undergoes plastic surgery to pin back her ears. Nadia Ilse from Georgia had long suffered being called "Dumbo" because of her "elephant ears." She was tired of being bullied and begged her mother for ...
 
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Spread the word: it's time to stop bullying. Sign the pact, read about it, and promote on your blog and websites.
 
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Candymag.com bans bullying. Join the fight against bullying!
 
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The Glee star says, "It's cool to be nice."
Glee's Amber Riley advises teens being bullied: "Surround yourself with positive people. Lead by example... Kindness begets kindness, I think." She shares that she and a friend got picked on when they were high school freshmen but Amber "chose to show (her) ...
 
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Demi wants you to stay strong and say no to all forms of bullying.
Speaking from experience (she used to be bullied so much that she "ended up leaving school"), Demi Lovato urges everyone to join her fight against bullying. The Seventeen contributing editor writes, "I think that some people use bullying as a way to ...
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