In new It Get Better videos, GM and Dell employees urge troubled gay teens to hang in there.

The It Gets Better Project encourages troubled LGBT teens to not cave in to bullies, because life eventually gets better.

“If you are in a difficult time in your life where people's words are bothering you or people are making fun of you, you're not alone. We've been through it all,” says Andy Cardenas, a Dell employee and member of Dell Pride LGBT Employee Resource Group. “And I just hope that you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. And I hope that you can see just how great and how valuable your life is. And how how many great things will come. And I hope that if you can't talk to your friends or family, that you can reach out to somebody, maybe somebody at school or just somebody in the community or calling the hotline and just talking to somebody and just listening to an adult, listening to somebody who has a great life tell you that it will get better, and no matter how mean the things you're being told are, and how hurtful they make you feel, you're not alone.”

In the second video, a GM transgender female employee urges teens to be true to themselves: “It's important that you're true to yourself. And once you are, things will get better.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

GM and Dell are the latest large companies to create such videos, joining American Airlines, Google, Pixar, Microsoft and Apple.