Following the death of yet another teenager who committed suicide due to bullying, Khloé Kardashian Odom is speaking out.
"I am so sick of hearing stories in the news about teenagers and even CHILDREN taking their lives as a result of being bullied by their peers," Khloé wrote on her Celebuzz 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!"
"I know I'm just one person, but it frustrates me so much to keep hearing the same heart wrenching story over and over again and kids STILL continue to torture each other. It just blows my mind that people can be so hurtful to one another," Khloé went on.
And the Khloé and Lamar star, who admitted to being bullied as a child, shared a heartfelt note with fans.
"To the victims: As someone who was viciously bullied as a child, I can PROMISE you, that this will not last forever! It seems like the end of the world now, but you have so much to look forward to that you don't even know about. 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."
"To the bullies: There is nothing cool about being mean to others. It's the nice ones who get the furthest in life. Please just treat everyone the way you would want to be treated. Nobody likes a bully."