Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

I learned that there’s no “one” bully. It’s tons of us- once one starts we all follow. So there’s no one bully we need to stop; it’s ourselves we need to stop.

Anonymous, , , Ottawa

Anonymous, , , Ottawa

If I see someone being picked on in the hallway, I will go up to the bully and tell them to stop. Even if I come out with a black eye or my feelings hurt, it will always heal knowing that I stopped someone else from getting hurt.

Victor, Ottawa

Victor, Ottawa

I learned that what could be a joke for one person may not be a joke for the other one. I learned that even if people are different it is not a reason to make jokes.

Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

To stop bullying, I will stand up for someone who is being bullied. I will not stand and watch someone being bullied.

Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

I learned that little comments, no matter how “little” and “innocent” they are to you, hurt the person you are directing them at. Because for them, it’s not just one comment. It’s one comment over and over again.

Hala, Ottawa

Hala, Ottawa

Bullying is something we should not do because we might think it’s a “joke” but the truth is, that it scars the person who is bullied. That person might be going through a lot, you never know and the scars from bullying will never go away.

Hala, Ottawa

Hala, Ottawa

Bullying is something we should not do because we might think it’s a “joke” but the truth is, that it scars the person who is bullied. That person might be going through a lot, you never know and the scars from bullying will never go away.

Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

I will try to teach people in every day life to always show respect.

Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

Helping someone or saying something to support them can save that person’s life.

Anonymous, Ottawa

Anonymous, Ottawa

If I see someone getting bullied I will stand up for them no matter what. It makes me angry to see someone get hurt for what they feel or look like.