A Bully Tells This Girl To Die…But Her Response Is BRILLIANT!

Sup Travellers?! I've posted a lot of articles on here about teens who took their own life after being bullied online but this time I've got some different.

11th grade student, Caitlin Prader-Haacker from Airdre, Canada is making headlines all over the world after her response to cyber bullying went viral. 

A couple of good for nothing scumbags posted a status update to Caitlin's Facebook page urging her to take her own life. They even went as far as vandalizing her locker but Caitlin responded in the best way a person can respond: with love.

Instead of taking the crime to heart, Caitlin did something truly beautiful. The teen decided to spread happiness instead of hate and came to school the next day with 850 Post-It notes covered in positive messages like “You’re Awesome!” and “Thanks For Being You!” She stuck the notes on every student’s locker at George McDougall High School!

The word of Caitlin's AWESOMENESS got out online and the internet responded by officially making October 11th “Positive Post-It Day” 

I absolutely love the way Caitlin handled the situation especially in the light of all the cases of teen suicide due to cyber bullying. I'm sure that you don't need to read Caitlin's post-it stickers to be inspired by her story. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.