Dear Students: I always see a group of kids watching someone get bullied and I watch too. Is this wrong? Sincerely, Confused Dear Confused, Yes, we think it is wrong. You should stand up to the bully, but if it looks like it is dangerous, get a trusted adult. Never just stand and watch. A bully likes an audience. The more people who watch, the more powerful the bully thinks they are. Don't just stand there. Do something that will help the problem, even if it is getting an adult. Sincerely, Emma, Alli & Reagan
Dear Students, I have a reputation of being a bully, but not I want to stop. What should I do? Sincerely, Change in Heart Dear Change in Heart, First, we are so happy you don't want to be a bully anymore. Start by being nice. Do good things. When more people see you being kind, they will see you are different. Say sorry to the people you have bullied. This may help you gain more friends. The nicer you are on a regular basis, the more people will know you are a changed person. Sincerely, Emma, Alli & Reagan
Dear Students, Every time I check my computer, I have so many mean e-mails. Even if I close it, I know there are going to be more? What should I do? Sincerely, Worried about the Internet Dear Worried about the Internet, Don't be afraid to tell your parents. Don't respond or do anything mean back. Ignore it like it is not happening. Then, if you and your parents need to contact the police, they try to track the IP address where they person can get in trouble. Sincerely, Emma, Alli & Reagan
Dear Students, People call me bad names at school. It has happened so much I am beginning to think I deserve it. Is this who I am? Sincerely, Lost who I am Dear Lost who I am, You don't deserve it. We think you must have a lot of talents and be a pretty special person because someone is so focused on you. They are jealous of you. Stay positive and try to talk to them and find out why they call you bad names. Maybe they want to be your friend and don't know how. They want to get your attention and don't care how they will get it. It is negative, but they still have it. Get your teacher, principal or counselor involved if it continues. Sincerely, Emma, Alli & Reagan
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