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College students, young adults, even older adults can be victims of bullying. There is no reason why anyone should have to endure this kind of hostile, hurtful behavior. If your child—whether college age or in the working world—is experiencing constant harassment and bullying, there are steps to take to stop this treatment.

Moreover, among both adolescents and college students, bullying is associated with an increased risk of use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs. In many cases, chemical abuse is part of the coping strategy for living with the emotional and psychological effects of bullying. The consequences of bullying are high for anyone who is impacted.

But research indicates that college students can feel even more alone and isolated especially if they are underclassmen at the university. 1  Every college student needs a circle of support, but bullied college students are in even greater need of support. The effects of bullying can be severe. There can be long-lasting impacts on the well-being of victims as well as bullies.

Even bystanders who witness bullying but don’t actually participate in it can experience feelings of fear and anxiety. College students who are bullied often feel angry, helpless, lonely, frustrated, and isolated. As recent cases highlighted in the media suggest, bullying can continue (or begin) for some in college. The degree to which a young adult in college is isolated among his or her peers may influence these issues.

How Parents Can Help. Research suggests that even if children are resilient at the time of bullying, the effects of bullying can last well into adulthood. The effects of bullying in adulthood include: Bullying can cause depression and anxiety There is scientific evidence that supports a link between depression and anxiety in adulthood, and being bullied as a child. Short-term effects of bullying for the victim. All kids are different and are likely to exhibit varying behaviors during or after bullying by a peer.

With relational aggression on the rise and cyberbullying easier than ever, it should be noted that bullying can be ongoing for long periods of time before students seek help. Bullying can be associated with significantly serious problems. Teens who bully are at greater risk for engaging in delinquent behaviors, including vandalism, as well as violence inside and outside of school.

They are also at risk of substance abuse and dropping out of school. Practice for your own safety – or coach your child or student. Every day, adults, teens, and children use these skills to avoid or end bullying at school, at work, in their communities, and online. Any parent, educator, or other caring adult can coach young people to practice these skills. You can coach one person or a group.

Effects of Bullying Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide. It is important to talk to kids to determine whether bullying—or something else—is a concern.

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It affects their ability to cope with dealing with five adults in one day, to cope with moving around a large campus, to cope with interacting with a large number of students in a day.

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Bullying behavior on the part of peers will serve to create an unsafe school environment for these students, possibly mirroring their family experiences and triggering negative reactions, thereby negatively impacting the conditions for learning.

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Up to 70% of secondary students reported having experienced bullying at some point during their school careers.

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They found that participants who experienced workplace bullying reported more negative affect, as well as more symptoms of depression and anxiety and lower levels of social support, than those who were not bullied.

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They might incline towards alcohol and drugs, skip school, experience in-person bullying, as well as loose interect in studies, have lower self-esteem, health problems, etc.

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It harms the target of the bully, the perpetrators of bullying acts, and the students who observe bullying from a distance and also suffer from the negative implications of bullying.

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  • Having a mental break down on a Saturday while knowing I should be working on school work that was due 45 min ago and still watches this

  • I know that there are a lot of people that just have parents that do not care about their mental health, but in my personal experience, a lot of the stress is made from that student having big aspirations. A lot of these people that are in this comment section have big aspirations to go to a good college, but that is also a big part of their stress. That forces them to make them work extra hard in school to work for these good grades, and if they get a C, let alone a D or an F, they start to beat themself down over and over. I remember back when I was in 7th grade that I had to do a science test that was all open-ended. In 40 minutes, I had to answer 10-15 open-ended questions. Sounds easy, right? Not too many questions. However, some people are slow writers, and I am most certainly one of them. As you can probably tell, I was extremely stressed, as I knew that I was a slow writer and that I put a high amount of pressure on myself to do really well on that test, but for those first ten minutes, I felt so stressed and nervous that I could not work. Luckily for the next 30 minutes, I was able to do some productive work, but I was only able to do about 2/3 or the test until I gave up and cried out of extreme stress of not only knowing that I would get a bad grade, but also knowing that I was prepared for the test, but because I knew that I was a worse writer than most of my class and also a slower writer than most of my class, as well as extreme stress levels that prohibited work from being done, all culminating in not only a huge migraine, but also uncontrollable self-directed anger and sadness. Luckily, I was given extra time, as the teacher knew that I would have difficulty with finishing the test, not out of not knowing the subject, but out of time constraint, so that was a huge plus, but either way, the main takeaway is to not be so hard on yourself. That would just add extreme levels of stress to yourself.

  • I love you, Kelly. I want you to know that you inspire me and listening to your stories and advice has helped me know myself and heal a bit as well. I’m so thankful you share so much with us.

  • If you are lgbtq and struggleing if you are anythkng and struggleing just know ur life matters i love you i am proud of you and i think you are worth it just because you dont get good grades or dont look the way you want it doesnt meen you arnt smart or you arnt beautiful because you are to who ever saw this i hope i made ur day a little bit brighter

  • I once told someone about my self-harm and they said “girl me too, you’re not special.” I honestly don’t know who can truly help me at this point.

  • Actually my worries is not being successful and disappoint my parents I’m afraid coz they have high specification towards me. especially now I’ll be going to who knows what university I’ll go next year, coz in my country if you don’t finish college you’ll be a failure and If you don’t have money people will look down on you, I feel like I’m not independent enough for my age(17) compare to my peers, so this quarantine is making me really uneasy, so yeah their is alot of thing that I’m worried about not just this

  • I dont wanna be one of those people that self diagnoses but I keep researching autism and it would just explain so much about how I think/act… I was watching Community, which has a character with aspergers who is written by a man with aspergers, and there are so many scenes that are meant to play off his condition and be funny, but I started crying because he thought the same thing I would have and reacts how I would and I didnt know anyone else did!!

  • I love you Kelly. You are beautiful they way you are. Anybody hating on you is just pure jealously. You a have an amazing soul and that what matters

  • It’s currently 12am, I have to memorise 2 french paragraphs off by heart and say them out loud tomorrow, I started crying and breaking down because it’s too difficult, I can’t do it, and no “I can do it yet” I actually can’t do it, schools not about learning anymore, not everyone can do this

  • Usually when I try to tell my parents what in stressed, scared or annoyed about, I’m always met with the answer “just don’t think about it”. That NEVER feels helpful and mostly makes me feel like my problems aren’t heard nor important

  • They need to fix the school system and people and parents need to be more understanding to there lgbqt secrets do their own daughter or son doesn’t suicide

  • Thanks for sharing your experience. It’s great that you’re recognizing how unfairly you had been treated and speaking out about it. It’s also inspiring for us, the viewers, to take inventory and reflect on our own experiences of being bullied (or being the bully, hopefully not the case).

  • One reason I became an Adorable Representative M.C. for Youth. I am trying not to do promo, so I am referencing this slightly obscure name:) Thank you, Beyond the Scene. Thank you.

  • 1:46 This is incredibly cute and endearing. Not about crying, but the way she canderously and awkwardly explains it is exactly how I sometimes express things ��

  • Hi! From a teenager to parents who will never even bother to read this because their own ways of thinking:
    1. It’s NOT the HORMONES
    2. Constantly degrading us and using bad words with us and then wondering why we have depression. •o•
    3. If you’re gonna say you’re gonna be there, actually be there, not just physically but emotionally. You can be stuck to me like a sticker 24/7, THAT IS NOT ‘BEING THERE’ Honestly, I’d rather you be halfway across the planet and be there for me emotionally
    4. Stop judging us and saying that our problems are no big deal and then scold us about not telling you anything
    5. Don’t expect me to actually not do something bad to myself if you snatch away my phone, the only way I can sleep nowadays is by plugging my ears with my headphones/earphones and listening to music.
    6. YES! YOU CAN STUDY ON YOUR PHONE, IT’S NOT AS MUCH OF A DISTRACTION EVERYONE SAYS IT IS (btw, I’m mad at my therapist for saying that a phone will only distract me, and if anyone is gonna complain that I could be doing so many other things instead of writing this comment, well what do you know, I finally finished my homework and it’s 3:45am and I’m supposed to get up at 4:00am to study get ready for school)
    7. I finally finished my homework and it’s 3:45am and I’m supposed to get up at 4:00am to study get ready for school, this system is just awesome, sleep deprived teenagers sitting in one place mugging up textbooks

    I could probably rant on forever but I have to get ready

  • I think that turning this situation into an understanding that her artistic expression was literally a reflection of her own self hatred and while she pointed the finger at you, it was a complete reflection of all the ways that she felt unworthy, invalid, and powerless to change her own insecurities. For a brief period she felt powerful because people gave her the validation she was seeking by approving of her hatefulness. It’s gross and sad and honestly pathetic but like you said not at all your fault and not at all about you. Those pictures, no matter what she says, were a finger in the mirror, pointed at herself wishing that she could be something different than she was, and that’s real sad. I’m so sorry that that happened to you, especially in such a difficult time in your life. I will say that it seems to have made you a really kind, self aware human bean so at least you have something lovely that you’ve carried with you from that experience though I know it doesn’t take it away. Just wanted to send you some love and thanks for being brave enough to continue on your path and not let those things break you because not everyone can do that so it’s really a testament to your character and integrity����

  • I used to be so creative but now that I’m a teenager, none of the things I create interest my parents. They always want me to study. When I tell my dad that I’m learning a programming language, he just dismisses it telling me to study for school. I’ve lost interest in 4 to 5 programming languages and an actual human language that way. I was trying to learn French through duolingo and I lost interest in it after not telling anyone that I was studying it.
    I’m always anxious now and I feel guilty for no reason at all. I get sudden sparks of motivation for about 30secs but it doesn’t do much.

  • the school system is corrupt thats all i’m saying ��‍♀️ school has led to us alll teens today struggling with mental issues like depression etc… They NEVER consider our mental health all they care about is we get good grades great continue doing that…then some of us fail and then they blame the child jeeezzzz..The school system is just training us to be robots for the working world.This system Doesnt care about our mental health and this has caused many teens today to rebel and become suicidal..What matters most is our mental health guys..like it or not the reality is this system doesnt care about our mental health and it needs to stop im tired of seeing young teenagers lives go to waste ������

  • My mother only started to take my health seriosuly after 1.) slept for two days after my body getting so tired it shut itself down 2.) I spent a week in the hospital because I physically reacted to stress and my lungs were actually in the danger of collapsing from just a small cough.
    So parents. Listen to your kids. They are not doing this to gain attention.

  • You are a STRONG, BEAUTIFUL woman who I look up too; I see you do so much and I’m so grateful that you are the bigger person and amazing even if the things you are going through now to the things you went through the past. Thank you!

  • This Amy chick is the biggest loser I’ve ever heard. I feel this video is perfect showing how much of a loser she is and hopefully she’ll see it. You even-out the playing field. She can fuck right off.

  • WOW! I can totally relate to this! Thankfully I’ve never had to deal with as personal of an attack as Amy took on you, but ever since 1st grade I’ve always been bullied and mocked. Now when people laugh, I barely take any notice to them, and it’s usually my friends sticking up for me and flipping them off. The worst I’ve ever had it is being dragged across the floor by another student in the forth grade, the teacher seeing this, not saying a word, and then accusing me of being racist because I didn’t play with my friend, who was black, at recess when in actuality I just wanted to be by myself that day because I had depression (which I wasn’t diagnosed for and didn’t realize until a few months ago). Again, super sorry anyone would ever do this too you. My point of all this is you’re not alone, and we’ve got your back Kelly.:)

  • Looking at all this stuff in comment sections and Tedtalks and stuff, I’m very curious to see what Gen Z’s parenting will look like (I’m a Gen Z as well)

  • Parents who take our phones away because it’s ‘making us stressed because of social media’, no. You’re just taking away our communication with someone who understands us.

  • seriously Kelly?…boo hoo someone took pix of THEMSELVES mind you to make fun of you and that was the worst bullying you had?…look the sexual harassment I understand 100% but this was crap for real.

  • I felt this so freaking hard. School had me in such a bad place that I was in the process of dropping out when the quarentine started and now I’m stressed because I don’t even know if I’m still enrolled in school.

  • i like how she said “I see you!” i love that she said that because teens like me feel like no one can see them, so it is hopeful that someone sees me!

  • they may have tests and homework to grade, but we got seven classes of homework that counts as a grade, jobs, sports, and a social life, oh and then there’s also keeping my self healthy and getting enough sleep. So don’t tell me I’m over reacting. You don’t even know the stress.

  • So here i am like some people to talk about their own stress. So i am being overloaded with work right know. Since the no school thing started i didn’t know about an updates page on schoolagy where teachers post things like work and since i didnt know about it and it’s been past 2 weeks since my school closed when suddenly POOF I have all of this work being shoved down on me that’s due already and I’ve already been doing homework for 2 hours a day and I’ve had my first panic attack like a few days ago with everything that’s already going on. That’s all i have to say… so back to life it is then.

  • You are a good person okay don’t worry about them there might be jealous of you because you are a really great person I watch your videos and you are amazing

  • Adults say that kids have all of these mental illnesses and stress from social media, but tbh talking to other people online makes me feel better

  • i told both my parents that i was feeling suicidal, every now and again i think about how id kill myself. Alcohol (or anonymity) is the only thing that brings out how i really feel, so when i told my parents my true feelings they took it as me overreacting because i was drunk. but when i told my mum when i was sober she’d tell me that i have no idea what im talking about. the frustration made it hurt even more. eventually i got to a point where couldn’t stop drinking, i vaguely remember drinking an entire bottle of whiskey, beers and cider and after that i was finished. now i try not to drink but my parents continue to ignore how i feel and pass off my opening up to then as foolish. the pain makes me want to rip off my skin, or shoot myself sometimes i dont know what to do. sometimes i question if im even worthy of people caring because i feel so confused, i feel like im not worthy of being sad because other people have it off worse. thats just stuff outside of college too. ive been bullied about my weight or because im “weird” my entire life. i dont fight anymore either so i just soak it up like a sponge until i cant take much more. theres the pressure of my future too, studying engineering is hard and im scared ill fail and live in poverty for the rest of my life i dont know what to do sometimes. i just wish i could go back to being a toddler so i dont have to worry about the crushing force of life.

  • Yeah, I remember one time when I was in high school and it was 9\11 and I said something to my parents along the lines of “I don’t see why I should be upset about it when it didn’t effect me personally” and they got really upset with me for saying that, I didn’t understand it at the time, but now I do

  • Sweats in suicidal teen who acts happy and cheerful around friends and family so they don’t know her true feelings and probably think she is happy

  • Why do we keep taking about the flawed education system here? The government won’t reform our education because too many citizens are anti big government and taxpayers don’t care about us.

  • What you learn in school
    Elementary
    -Basic math
    -how to read
    -how to write
    Middle school
    -life isn’t all sunshine and rainbows
    -depression 101
    -how to use a microscope
    I don’t know as I’m only in middle school but I think it goes like this
    High school
    -your parents can’t pay for everything
    how to balance work, school, and personal time
    -how to apply for college

  • She just sounds jealous and you were an easy target. That and she thought you thought you were better than her or college like you not being up to date in class was because of your modeling career not your limited funds and family troubles. You seem to have a tendency to find the worst people, worst setting, and worst teachers and teaching settings.

  • I can’t express how relieved I am to see people finally trying to understand us. This girl is so brave to speak out for teens that feel so much stress. For once on this account I can finally say, this teen is represenative of real teens. Not enough people care about how teenagers feel, which is why so many of them commit suicide to escape it all. Finally, someone is trying to stop this cycle of misery.

  • Don’t worry Evan I has bullied in 4th grade but I told my teachers and she moved away to Texas and now I have true friends well at least I hope I do

  • My dad is a computer scientist and has been for decades. Not once has he used geometrical proofs of square roots. Waste of my time in high school and college he said. Couldn’t agree more

  • You know what’s frustrating and keeps us from solving, sharing our problems? When you tell somebody that you’re stressed and feel bad (cheated, stressed, hurt, facing problems and pain) and they respond with “Stressed?/ Pained?/ Problems?/ Hurt? You don’t even know what it is. I know what it feels like!” OR simply ignore that because they’ve no answer when they themselves are at fault.

    Start listening to my problems, ask me what they are, give a trial solution. Maybe it won’t reduce my hurt or solve the problem but I would surely, definitely feel better. Ask me about my problems if you have any respect or regret or even want to behave as humane with me.

  • Hi My name is Isabella Cavienss!
    I’m apart of a non-profit called Vox and I’m doing a public speaking workshop and would love to have you speak! Thank you so much.

  • The taechers: do 4 essays, 17 pages, read this 2 books and study for the tests for tomorrow
    Also the teachers:
    “why are you sleeping in my class you had enough time to sleep, you don’t even work”
    “you have no idea of what stress is, other kids have it worse “ ( i know that other kids do have it worse but stress is stress)
    “why don’t you arrive early, you don’t even live that far “
    “oh you had no time to do your homework you just have other 8 classes and tests to study for”
    “you can’t drink water, go and die of dehydration”

  • One thing i noticed is that ppl on the higher spectrum tend to be more focused with what they are saying than saying it ‘a certain way’. So when the lady said “i define it as realness” i understood that.

  • i cried in almost all of my classes today due to stress and how anxious i was, no one cared, none of my friends asked, none of my teachers asked. during pe i was sitting on the benches in the locker rooms crying and this complete stranger who i had never met before came up to me and asked me if i was okay and she gave me part of her muffin, so a stranger cares more about me then my closest friends

  • I can’t believe the professor didn’t mediate the situation at all. This whole situation is just ridiculous and should have never happened

  • I’m so fucking tired of hearing about bullies that never experience any consequences. Mine didn’t either. I’m honestly amazed that you can find empathy for people who have hurt you this much. I know I was told to think of all the problems my bullies must have from day 1 but funny how that didn’t quite work for six years of daily abuse. I wish I could say that I’ve forgiven them but I haven’t. Probably because they never gave me reason to. I just never got closure. I’m glad you can speak about this now and can help others who might be in the same situation. Love your videos as always.

  • I got on the bus one day. There was a larger kid in the seat in front of me. I sat and read a book. The kid in front of me started poking me. I told him to stop many times. At some point I had enough. I pushed his arm away but I did it too hard. He got mad and hit me in the jaw. The bus driver couldn’t hear me call for help. I have a speech disability. The kid Slammed my head against the bus window 7 times. He punched me in the eye. I ducked so he couldn’t hurt me. I got up to slap him really hard. I don’t know how it happened but I accidentally hit the kid behind me. I was blinking a lot because my eye had been hit. The kid screamed and the bus driver stopped the bus. I told them what had happened and the larger kid got in trouble for hitting me in the eye. Fast forward 2 months later. I walk in the school and head to my locker. A group of people laughed at me. I asked them why they were laughing… a video was taken of me accidentally hitting the kid behind me. Idk who took it. The part where I was hit was edited out. It was put on Instagram. I found out. The video was taken down but 200 people already saw it. I cried and cried feeling helpless. I later found out who filmed it. The school counselor wouldn’t do crap. The person who filmed it is responsible for editing it to where I looked bad and posting it on social media. That’s cyber bullying. Yet the counselor ignored me.

  • I’ve been watching this video since 2016 and I still enjoy watching it. It reminds me of that I should be grateful that people don’t bully me that much.

  • Can you answer me something please does anyone know if autism is related to vaccines cause my cousin is a 1980s baby he’s 40 he was fine till he got vaccines I understand the best I can he’s non verbal though sensory is super intense that’s why him and I hung out and played with a lite Brite when all the kids are running around screaming… Plus my aunt his mother has cancer it’s hard for her to care for him the spectrum is so wide now I’m on it it was very hard and through this it’s been super hard and I have made live for all of you but my sensors are enlightened like crazy and the world feels off kiltered… Can someone just answer if vaccines are related to autism

  • I once told my parents how stressed I was and got yelled at because they thought I was overreacting
    Since then I don’t tell anyone about my problems

  • It’s even worse when you have to deal with things outside of school like mental health problems or family issues etc. Then you have to go to school and get homework after homework shoved down your throat and have to revise for ridiculously difficult exams and you are told ‘not to stress’. It’s so heartbreaking and is probably a factor to the increasing mental health problems in younger people nowadays

  • I don’t even have that much homework(I’m from a different country) but I feel so stressed and tired of everything nearly all the time. Right now I have holidays but because I have the 5 of the biggest Tests after, I need to study now too. I just can’t motivate myself for some things(for example Maths) because I just dont think I will ever need them later.

  • I’m a new teacher and I’m so sorry to those who’ve told a teacher about their bullying experience and nothing was done. I vow and hope to be better, to do better, and to teach myself and my students the lingering affects of bullying. Also, to take the extreme measures necessary in protecting those who need it. #imsorry

  • I was very overwhelmed by the sound of the one lady’s mouth dryness and couldn’t stand to finish the video but I really like where it was going. I think a lot of really good points were made.

  • I got bullied for my body and my personality I would always cry when this girl bullied me her name was neveah she was really rude.. But she made fun of me of my body, but I never did anything to her.
    But I always felt like she was right about my body she called me fat

  • Then there’s those parents out there that don’t believe in mental illnesses and think it’s something we have created to get attention. Yea well guess what mother, depression, bipolar disorder etc is as deadly as cancer. It’s as real as cancer. It doesn’t help telling me to go kill myself. Cuz one day I will do as I’m told for once.

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  • It happens even in workplaces where everyone envies you for some unknown reason… Especially hard for people who get attention they do not even want in the first place… Totally can relate. And if you are cute and have a sense of amazingness they could never ever have, even if they wanted to (PS amazingness can never be borrowed begged bought or stolen)…. Yup. I can totally can relate, absolutefreakinfuckinlutely!

  • The thing that I hate in those people who are getting bullied is that they don’t protect themselves, like if I was in their place I would fight those bullies (I mean literally fight them) I just don’t know how they can’t even protect themselves like they are not kids and why are you so scared of them (the bullies) like how just like shut up and show them weakness, like of course I wouldn’t show them weakness, I just can’t understand how they’re like that….

    Edit: now don’t tell me that I never felt how it is like to be bullied, because I have

  • I can say I am amazed by how many people are bullied every single day, I never got bullied before. My school doesn’t have any bullies which is a good thing I guess. But what I can say is despite the book nerd I am, if there were bullies they would be scared of me. Honestly they are not scary at all, just shout at their face if they do it. That’s it.
    Honestly seeing these bullying films make me wanna cry. I wonder how people deal with it in real life. Just don’t let bullies bully you, why are you doing this to yourself? If you not confident tell your parents. Please.

  • I’m scared I hate carona virus and my best friends are home schooled I glad I have one of thems phone number btw a girl name grace bullies us and now in middle school I have no friends:( and I’m scared:( I like = saved me from grace ��

  • Thanks for the advice. I’ll try to stand up for myself bow and look for friends to do it for me. Cause I was ‘bullied’ since 4th grade. I also have 2 fake friends. One is he bully that’s said that she’ll be my friend but it turned around. She got friends with the popular ones and ditched me. The other fake friend is that she always lies. We’ve been friends for 3 years and I just keep on noticing that she always be nervous if I asked her a question if she already saw my new video. She will say “Oh, yeah. It was really goo when you added Goldy and Luke there!” but I didn’t. I just lied about it and mind my own business till it got out of hand. She lies about everything. ‘triplet crushes’, many YT Accounts and I can’t even find them. Then the other one from the begging makes me feel ashamed cause she would sometimes sabotage me. Now my parents know……. I feel abut encouraged now. Again, thanks.

  • I get bullied too, tbh I had this friend give me her instagram so we could talk but she started cyber bullying me and I thought she wanted to be my friend. but I have a real friend:)

  • I wouldn’t say I was bullied, but it was more of like somebody trying to get under my skin. Everytime I would ask or answer a question during class this girl and her friends would quietly giggle and talk shit under their breath over everything I did, literally everything. It turns out that she was jealous that I was on the Dean’s list and she was struggling in the class so she wanted to try and bring me down, but she failed and I laughed at her when she failed the class.

  • Disney (particularly Pixar, but all Disney is good) is my primary special interest, and I guess at this point you could say Chuck E. Cheese is a secondary special interest.

  • ……why……if you go
    though bullying don’t you can talk to me I go though it everyday even today….but I just want you to know….stop using the knife. they told you to use…..it won’t help take the pain away…..and when you tell an adult it still won’t help…..the best thing to do when being bullied is to block them out of your head and ry holding on to life…..it’s what I do….and look my arms are fine no cuts….but I still sometimes wonder why I love to myself and say in my head….”it’s gonna be alright” when it’s not…..

  • I’ve been bullied because it was racially motivated but know I’m a very successful child and when the bullies heard that I was earning so many badges and stuff they tried to be part of my success so they can take advantage of me

  • I had to deal with this in highschool. Girls hated me for dressing “sexy” I was expressing my femininity and didn’t need to apologize for that. Sucks that girls can hate other girls for just dressing a certain way or doing what makes them happy.

  • The thing is that even if I only have one or two tests a week I get so stressed because of the thought that I’ll fail. I can sit for hours studying for something I’ve known since 3rd grade but the thought of me not getting good grades make me stressed. Teachers put so much stress on student that you need to get good grades to get into a good high school/college and that things you do two years before you are applying for high school/college will matter is what makes stress go down in the ages for kids

  • I’ve been a bully and I’ve been bullied, I’ve been on both sides of the spectrum and I have enough understanding to know that people only do this type of thing because they’re not dealing with something in their own mind or life. Something is muddled up, hurting, or pressuring them and rather than dealing with it in a sensible, mature and empathic way, they lash out on others. They may feel justified in doing so, they might not even care for justification, but either way, something is wrong with them. I’m so fucking sorry that happened to you at college, of all places. I can’t imagine that high school level immaturity leaking into college, especially during such a formal event. I hope she’s matured since then. You’re amazingly strong, keep doing you ������

  • My freshman year of college, the exact same thing happened to me during an art critique. People can be unbelievably cruel and petty, but it’s just their own insecurity projecting out onto you.

  • When i was 5 old i cuted myself…..
    My story:

    I was 4 old and i was loved until i Moves on an awsome cool school but a girl stand up in front of me in the class, so i pick my book that my teacher gave me and i walk into my seat but the girl push me secretely, but i was with friend wo defend to myself and i still said “i dont wanna fight now go away” so he get away and i was telling all to the teacher and changed school..so when i feeled better, i start a New life and also dont cut self like me please:(

    Stay strong when you see a bully that want your Death. Dont give up. FIGHT BACK NEVER GIVE UP!!! <3

  • The only option to beat bullies theae days is to beat them up and show them what you got. And then they will be afraid of you. Thats not what is gonna happen 100% but its the only solution these days. I am not getting bullied because the others are afraid of me but I help others who are not as strong and lucky as I am. And thats what you should do to put an end ro this. Once and for all.