Book Quotes from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

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Book Quote by Megan Kelley Hall from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

Bystanders who do nothing give bullies permission inadvertently to go on being bullies. Most are afraid they’ll lose friends or be bullied themselves if they help victims or report bullies, and some feel guilty for years afterward.

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Book Quote by Marina Cohen from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

My self-wroth is not linked to your cruel words and actions.
My self-esteem is not affected by your deliberate attempts to destroy my character.
You have no power over me.
You will not silence me.

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Book Quote by Kieran Scott from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

It was because of the way you treated me that I learned to be my own person, have my own opinion, stand my ground. It’s at least partially because I survived you that I’m the person I am today.

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Book Quote by Megan Kelley Hall from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

In order to find some solution to the bullying problem, we’ll have to be more tolerant of ambiguity, subtlety, and strangeness not just in other people but in ourselves. It may be important to your identity that you are a soccer player, but it may be equally important that you can whistle the national anthem backward and make the world’s best spicy popcorn and do a wicked impression of Victoria Beckham. Schools, parents, and educational endeavors should encourage people not just to empathize but to discover and celebrate the weirdness in others and in ourselves. We need not just to think but to live outside the box. Weirdness is good. It keeps things interesting.

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Book Quote by Heather Brewer from Dear Bully: Seventy Authors Tell Their Stories

Bullying is a horrible thing. It sticks with you forever. It poisons you. But only if you let it.

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