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Celebrities Send Messages of Hope to Victims of Bullying: It Gets Better

Celebrities from all over have been lending their voices of support to the "It Gets Better" project this week. From Ellen DeGeneres to the stars of The Vampire Diaries to Anne Hathaway and Tim Gunn, famous faces want to tell all victims of bullying that there is support out there and as dire as the situation may seem in high school, middle school, or wherever they are at the moment, the future is bright. Watch all the videos on the campaign's YouTube page and check out The Trevor Project for more information. We have a small message to send as well, so check it out on PopSugar Rush.

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Burkina Burkina 6 years
All these videos piss me off. It gets better? Is that good advice? Like a kid/teen/adult is going to believe someone who doesn't know them, tell that their life will become better. Parents are so worried that their children will get bullied they never stop to think that their child could be the monster. Teachers and other staff are so lax about bullying, its disgusting. Luckily I've always had thick skin, never cared what anyone thought...but thats not always the case. Don't listen to bullies, its never personal with them! /end rant
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