Words like these empower kids to see the bully as the one with the problem instead of taking attacks personally. Adults need to take action to help make schools safe for all kids. Never underestimate the upset that a bullied child feels, or the help that they might need to be bully proofed. Both children suffer - the one who is teased or picked on and the bully who lacks the skills to get along. The right tools can make all the difference.