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This giveway is quick and simple.  I want more people to be aware of bullying.  I want more people to take a stand.  I want YOU to take a stand.  So…

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  • When I was a teen I was bullied. It resolved because I graduated

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  • I was bullied and beat up in my first yr of high school. I ended up seeing this girl as an adult and she’s all I don’t remember that. I told her well I did and it’s why I ended up dropping out of school. My daughter was threatened in the 8th grade so I pulled her out of school. She flourished when she was out the public school and in an independant study. It makes me so sad that kids are ending their lives. Thank you :)

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  • My son was bullied a few years ago now the person has moved

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  • I was in middle school/early high school. I most hated riding the freaking bus.

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  • I dealt with bullying as a child and I just would ignore it I never asked anyone for help or really told anyone.

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  • bullied on the bus, hated riding the bus, didn’t really resolve just sort of grew out of it i guess.

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  • Yes, unfortunately I have. My son was bullied in school by the supposed cool kids. At the time I wanted to go up to the school and talk to the principle but my son did not want us to. Fortunately he had enough self-esteem that he wasn’t effected to badly by it. Today he is a very confident Air Force Pilot and the kids who made fun of him didn’t do much with their lives. I really want him to go to his school reunion to show off.

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  • I was bullied a lot as a teenager but back then it was considered “normal” and so it was never really resolved.

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  • I was picked on as a child.

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  • My daughter had to deal with being cyber bullied…I had to confront the parents and straighten it out.

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  • When I was in grade school and middle school I dealt with being bullied. One student grabbed my collar and lifted me so I hit the locker behind me. No more bullying!!!!!

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  • in high school ty

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  • Yes when I was a kid… of course I just got in lots of fights to stop it. Good thing I was good at it.. school was relentless. Then raising my nephew he has problems, I went to his school, called thier parents, had a meeting and things were resolved. Never happened again.

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  • Yes with my kids and some was resolved.

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  • I was made fun of a lot when I was in grade and middle school, because I liked to read and didn’t really fit in with the popular crowd. It was never really resolved, but stopped by high school.

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  • I have had to involved the police when my daughter was being bullied at school…the school didn’t wish to take a stand on it…so I felt the need to go over their heads…the children were unable to be charged as they were all 11 and therefore “untouchable” by the law…they were suspended from school for three days~!!

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  • Thankfully we haven’t dealt with it, yet

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  • I used to get made fun of in high school because I didn’t have sex. I ignored it and knew I was making the right choice.

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  • I was bullied as a school child back in the 70′s but I think most of us were in one way or another. Unfortunately bulling today is a little different. You have so many different directions that it can come from

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  • I used to work at a wilderness facility for at-risk kids. I taught classes on conflict resolution, how to deal with bullying, etc. Although bullying is certainly a widespread phenomenon, I believe that teachers and parents can provide the tools that children need to empower them in those situations.

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    • The electronic age has expanded the reach of bullying exponentially through the use of social media via the internet.It is a much larger problem today.

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  • Luckily, I haven’t had to deal with it. I tried to teach my kids to stand up for themselves and to help someone they felt was being bullied.

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  • My heart aches for those who are bullied.

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  • I noticed that FB has become a great platform for cyber bullying with Adults! I usually stick up for people when they’re being picked on. I often wonder if Adults realize they’re being a bully and if they have kids on FB, they’re encouraging them to do the same.

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  • Laws can’t fix bullying. Hearts have to change from the inside out (through the love of Jesus).

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