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Okay, so bullies are scary.
You're all thinking "if someone tried to bully me, I'd make sure they didn't do it again", but would you really do that? Think about it.
Everyone knows there's cyber bullying and face-to-face bullying. When someone is bullying you face-to-face, that's scary. You know that's a bully and they're quite a bit bigger than you. There are people standing around not doing anything, just watching. Now that's scary... but at least you know who's against you, who you need to avoid, who to tell on.
But what about cyber bullying? Not knowing who to trust. Wondering: was that the bully you just walked into in the shop? Was it the new girl from your school? Or was it someone you know well, someone you see every day? You wouldn't know who to trust anymore, every little tease coming across as another poisonous message. The main problem is: if you know who's bullying you, you can tell someone, but if you don't know who's hiding behind the texts, you don't know who to talk to.
You should always tell the person you trust most because you can tell them everything. They'll probably convince you to tell someone when they see how upset it's making you — the more you hold it in, the harder you find it to tell someone, even your best friend.
So now we get to the bullies. Scientists believe that bullies bully to cover their discomfort. I think anyone that believes they have the right to make someone else so scared that they don't want to leave their bedroom, then they have to have issues or they're just mean.
So if anyone has any problems with bullies and none of my advice is helping then talk to professionals like: