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Did anyone see the bullying program on abc last night? - October 16th 2010, 03:34 PM

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I watched it. I was bullied my whole life. I still am, but now i have better ways to deal with it than just let it ruin my life.

I thought it was a really good program. I wish the news about bullying was out when it was really bad for me.

Just thought id start this thread so people could share their thoughts on it, if they saw it.

Personally, the question most asked was who should deal with it, the kids parents or teachers, and i think it should be all of them. No kid wants to show vulnerability. No one in general does. But if your being harassed i think you should tell your parent(s) or guardians. But try to not let them deal with it for you cause thatll make the matters worse.

There should be a life skills necesary to graduate highschool, in my opinion. And instead of kids going to counselers (which hardly anyone does) i think counselers and teachers should check up on kids who dont seem in a right place or if they see bulllying going on, for god sakes STOP IT!

even i its verbal and not physicall, the verbal stuff stays with you forever.. trust me.. -.-

I dunno. Just my opinions. I think the victim shouldnt have to go through it alone.


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Re: Did anyone see the bullying program on abc last night? - October 17th 2010, 08:24 PM

I didn't see this specific programme, however the media's reason attention to bullying is needed. In the last few weeks, so many people have died due to bullying, and it's upsetting and saddening. I honestly think that the parents and the school should help end bullying and bring awareness to bullying, instead of leaving it for the child to handle alone.


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