people would always hate me then this girl started calling me names and stuff then she had beat me up the school pricaple did nothing but put her in iss then another girl started pushing me then calling me names then the principle just said dont do it again i felt so sad and alone

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  • commented 2013-04-02 13:44:02 -0400
    Hi Kelcie! I’m so sorry you felt so alone and that you were being treated so badly. No one should have to experience what you’ve gone through. Thank you so much for reaching out. I encourage you to continue to reach out to others who can support you in person as well as online. You’re not alone! Have you checked out our Facebook page? Many people find support there, as it’s turned into an amazing community where people step up to help each other. We’re trying to end bullying in our generation, and we can’t do it without the help of people like you! You have the power to change your school and your community! Here are some suggestions of what you can do:

    1.) Check out our tools and resources here: http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_and_resources to find ways of taking action. 2.) host a screening of BULLY in your home and invite people you feel safe with, then have a meaningful discussion afterward, using the tools and resources for fuel. Do this here: http://www.thebullyproject.com/calendar
    3.) see if your school would be interested in using our Educators DVD and Toolkit to transform your school’s culture from one of hurt and exclusion to one of empathy and action. you can find one sympathetic teacher to ask about this, or bring it to the principal. they can order the kit for $29.99 here: http://www.thebullyproject.com/preorder

    Above all, be sure you’re regularly reaching out to others who can support you! Thanks for becoming a part of this movement by sharing your story.

    The BULLY Project