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According to the AAS, rates for suicide among 10 to 14 year olds has grown 50 per cent over the last three decades, which is directly linked to a rise in bullying in recent years.

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY!

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Mikki High
Bully No More Beginnings
At age 16, Mikki, along with her father, organized The Mikki High Bully No More! Project® in response to personal tragedy and triumph in their own lives.  Mikki, like millions of other adolescents, was at one time bullied, but found solace in writing music and playing the guitar.  Now as a music recording artist and the national spokesperson for The Mikki High Bully No More! Project®, she is devoted to giving a voice to the thousands of students who live in silence because of bullying.
Mikki High has a passion to see young children and teens live their lives free from abuse, fear, and oppression.
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  1. The Center For Disease Control reported that students that experience bullying are twice as likely to suffer from various problems.
    The Center For Disease Control reported that students that experience bullying are twice as likely to suffer from various problems.
    These problems include depression, sleep difficulties, anxiety, and trouble adjusting to school. They are twice as likely to get stomach-aches and headaches.
  2. 17% of students reported being victims of cyber bullying, 41% victims of physical bullying, and 15% experienced different kinds.
    17% of students reported being victims of cyber bullying, 41% victims of physical bullying, and 15% experienced different kinds.
    The types and rates of bullying varied according to gender in this study. About 50% of girls experienced psychological bullying, and 45% males physical bullying.
  3. According to SAVE, suicide among 15 to 24 year olds is one of the leading causes of death for youth.
    According to SAVE, suicide among 15 to 24 year olds is one of the leading causes of death for youth.
    Over 16% of students seriously consider suicide, 13% create a plan, and 8% have made a serious attempt.
  4. About 80% of youth that commit suicide have depressive symptoms.
    About 80% of youth that commit suicide have depressive symptoms.
    These symptoms oftentimes include anxiety, apathy, general discontent, guilt, and, most of all, extreme hopelessness. If our youth have HOPE for better, they'll LIVE for better.
  5. The Mikki High Bully No More! Project has been delivering hope to our youth for over 6 years now.
    The Mikki High Bully No More! Project has been delivering hope to our youth for over 6 years now.
    Through our School Assembly Program, seminars, workshops, and many other events held throughout the year, we have been instrumental in reaching youth, their parents and families, teachers, and other concerned community leaders with the message of hope and love to so many that have been affected by bullying-related issues.

Real Bullying Stories

Carrie's Story

It started in Year 7, which I think is like 6th Grade in America or something. There was this one boy; he was my tormentor, my intimidator and my oppressor. He considered me to be nothing more than a fat, ugly, mentally unstable child. I would go home, and I would cry myself to sleep every night without fail. He lived not to far away from me, and some nights he would follow me home. He would torment me and call me names the whole journey.  I kept to myself about the bullying for SEVEN months......

Curtis' Story

Hey my name is William but I go by Curtis. My dad is active military and was deployed for most of my younger years. We moved about every 2-3 years so making friends was more an more difficult and people seemed to think the new kid was an easy target to pick on. So from 3rd grade and on I was bullied for any an every reason. I was small, skinny, had big teeth, had a military style backpack, had a high voice, etc.  Life was an awful thing to love everyday and there are so many time I wanted to quit. Just end it all. I cried everyday and tried to do anything I could to just fit in.  I tried laying low.....
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Ruby's Story

When I first started 5th grade I didn't know anyone because I failed and everyone knew i failed 5th grade. Everybody thought it was funny to call me a "loser", a "failure in life", and lots of other mean things but I didn't really care. It started growing more and more; the name calling, the pushing.  Years passed and I was in the 8th grade. I was some what "popular" not because I was a mean girl or that I was the cheerleader captain, in fact, I wasn't in sports at all. I was popular because mainly I was nice, I gave people advice and did nice things for them.  This girl thought it would be really cool if she made my life miserable. She started rumors about me and wrote things in the restrooms threatening me that she was going to beat me up. Even though she never did, she pushed me around.........

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School-based bullying prevention programs decrease bullying by 25%.

57% of bullying situations stop when a peer intervenes on behalf of the student being bullied.

According to new data from the US Department of Education's NCES, bullying among students ages 12-18 as dropped 6%.

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