Unfortunately in today’s world, a lot of children are subjected to all kinds of messages from the media about how to be, how to act, and what to do. On top of this, some children are subjected to other kinds of messaging, which comes in the form of bullying. In the U.S. about thirty percent of teenagers have been subjected to bullying. There are four types of bullying: physical, verbal, emotional, and cyber.

Physical bullying tends to be more common among boys, while verbal and emotional bullying is typical among girls. Additionally, girls are more likely to use exclusion as a form of harassment than boys are. In this video, one boy is bullied, but how he responds to it changes everything.