These children’s lives will continue to be destroyed if nobody steps up.
Bullying is probably the most prevalent problem in schools that is often ignored and brushed off by the people who witness it. Most of the time, other children do not want to get involved, thinking that they may be bullied as well.
In a society where teens’ lives revolve around social media, a lot of children and teens suffer bullying from people they haven’t even met. Tyler Gregory and Scott Hannah were bullies who enjoyed picking on others especially on social media. Little did they know, bullying totally crushes the lives of those who are bullied—even making them take their own lives.
It was until tragedy struck their town in Ohio. An 11-year-old boy took his own life after being bullied for years. This was when they realized they were wrong all along—so they decided to do something about it. Today, they lead an anti-bullying organization, which helps those who are bullied, and hope to change every bully’s perspective.
Many young people take their own lives after being bullied for years. More often than not, their parents are away at work, leaving them to be alone with their problems. These children’s lives will continue to be destroyed if nobody steps up.