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he could take his thirteen year old self to see the day he proposed to his husband or to see his dad
in the hospital after an operation, who he thought would never understand him, to hear his dad say how happy he was to see him there. (Burns, 2010). There are resources and support for you, you are not alone and it is important to seek help if you are feeling the need to end your life. Bullying is never acceptable and as adults we must do our part to end bullying. Everyone is different in their own way and no one is alone, there is always someone else who is going through or has gone through what you are experiencing. Situations are temporary and you just have to see it through and it will get better. You will find friends and family that love you and except you for who are. Lastly if you fell that if will never get better or that you’re all alone remember you’re not, there is multiple resources and hotlines, like The Trevor Project, that are there 24/7 to help you get through the bad times and see the wonderful times life has to offer.
References Burns, J. (2010, October 13). Joel Burns tells gay teens "it gets better" . Retrieved July 16, 2018, from Saving Young LGBTQ Lives. (n.d.). Retrieved July 16, 2018, from AAYASAAEgLEafD_BwE#sm.00000660e6cxtrd6kuk08q0tgs4bb