How's this for taking her celebrity status to stomp out bullying? Khloé Kardashian Odom has had enough when it comes to hearing about children taking their own lives as a result of being bullied.
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She wrote in her blog, "It truly makes me sick. This week, it's the tragic story of Rachel Ehmke, a beautiful 13-year-old girl who committed suicide on April 29 after being bullied for months, that we're all reading about. It breaks my heart to say this, but who will it be next week? This needs to stop!"
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Indicating how frustrating it is to hearing the same "heart wrenching story over and over again," Khloe indicated she "just had to vent. This all just makes me so unbelievably sad."
Signing off with a message to victims who have been bullied, she promised them it will not last forever. "Kids can be cruel, but you just have to be strong and ignore the hurtful words. It really does get better and someday this will all be behind you. Just hang in there."
As for bullies themselves, she told them there is "nothing cool about being mean to others." Considering nice people go further in life, her message is simple but powerful: "Nobody likes a bully."