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"When I wrote the letter, it didn't stop what happened but it stopped what happened from ever hurting me again. I let go of it and it let go of me! I am now an advocate."
                
         - An advocate from Phoenix, AZ.
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Read Lindsey's Letter
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Welcome to Letters to a Bully...Transitioning Victims into Advocates.

All over the world, the voices of victims have been silenced. When you've been bullied, there's an innate need to be validated which helps to reassure that you're valued. Sometimes it's difficult to say the words to someone else and moreover, it's often impossible to deliver those words to the person that hurt you.

Nobody can stop you from writing a letter; that's where your healing begins...  
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13-year old Lindsey never would've believed that someone would take a private video of her in a public restroom without her knowledge and circulate it amongst her peers. When the rumors began to reach other students and spread to another school within the same day, Lindsey became the target of malicious teasing by text messages and social media.  Finding herself on an emotional road downhill due to the humiliation, Lindsey knew she needed help. Thankfully, Lindsey's Mother quickly intervened and now Lindsey is an advocate fighting against the epidemic of bullying. Read both letters to a bully written by Lindsey and her mother, Karen. CLICK HERE>>> 
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