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Worst Bystander-ME

By, Wallbreakers

Being a bystander can be a horrible mistake. Once it’s done, it may fill you with regrets. He witnessed this and wished that he had done something to provide relief to the victim, but all he did was stand by. Don’t put yourself in danger, but do the right thing. The speaker urges everyone to speak up...

Being a bystander can be a horrible mistake. Once it’s done, it may fill you with regrets. He witnessed this and wished that he had done something to provide relief to the victim, but all he did was stand by. Don’t put yourself in danger, but do the right thing. The speaker urges everyone to speak up against bullying in the first stage before it escalates.

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  1. CraftHubb November 8, 2013 10:30 am

    I like your story, I know how it feels to be a bystander and feel safe when you just walk by someone that is getting bullied, but I figured that the right thing to do was to make it stop. And it was your podcast that made me change my act next time. :)))

  2. That_Swag May 15, 2013 8:49 am

    I’ve been a bystander before and I regret not doing anything about. You feel scared and feared to do something about. Next time I see someone getting bullied, I’ll do something about it. Nice story…

  3. airtime May 15, 2013 8:34 am

    Nice podcast, i have also beeen a bystander, i have not done anything befroe because i was afraid that the person doing the bullying will do it to me and i know the feeling of being sorry and regreting that i didn’t do anything. Thanks for this video.

  4. Prince Virginia May 15, 2013 8:31 am

    I have been a bystander myself too, I just stood there just watching the victim getting bullied. I was too afraid of the consequences that might happen to me if I were to stand up for the victim. I still remember that day, maybe I was just scared of what will happen if I did do what I should of done. Standing up for someone is a hard and easy thing to do, maybe I wasn’t brave enough to stand up for him. Hopefully that will change later on in the future.

  5. azinn May 13, 2013 8:49 pm

    I have been a bystander as well, and have been haunted by it later on. My experience was not on a basketball court, but in any situation it is hard to know what to do and I can relate with how you felt, and why you just walked away. Thank you for making this podcast and admitting that you saw someone get bullied and just walked away, because this is a very real and common situation.

  6. invisablerainbow May 13, 2013 8:33 pm

    I understand what it is like to be a bystander and it can make you feel really guilty. But, instead of feeling guilty, make sure that you stand up for that person and let this help teach you for next time.

  7. angel@akeyboard February 11, 2013 4:46 pm

    this is serious. i make mistakes on the court when i play sports but ive never been treated that harshly. it frightens me how horrible boys can be to one another sometimes even if its just a sport. thank you for sharing this. i understand how this would change you im glad you will decide to stand up to other bullies in the future :)