Bullies. I don’t care if you are sad, having problems at home, or whatever. I don’t care. At the end of the day it doesn’t give you an excuse to bully someone else.
Growing up hasn’t been easy for me. But I did not turn into a bully, so why should you?
Bullying and cyber bullying of any kind is not acceptable at all. It doesn’t matter who you are bullying and whether you know them, or not. It’s still NOT acceptable.
Do you realise the damage you cause?
Are you going to take responsibility for the damage caused by your bullying?
If you have a problem in your life, rather than bully someone, reach out to someone close to you for help and stop the bullying. If you have no one close to support you, then speak with a doctor about your feelings, or a counselor.
Even if you have no issues in your life, still STOP.
For my readers:
No, I am not being bullied, but there is someone I follow who I know is being bullied and it has been going on for some time.
I am not revealing who is being bullied and if you know, please don’t reveal. Your comment won’t be on show, if you do.
I know that the person who is being cyberbullied, reads my blog and so I don’t want this person to reveal it is them being bullied, because I don’t want them to be further bullied.
If you are being cyberbullied, then visiting the following link below, will give you advice on what you can do.
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