has been going through at school,
I knew I wanted my 3 blessings to share their experience
of what this has been like for them.
To share how bullying has affected them.
Here, Ethan shares in his own words what it was like for him.
I didn't speak up, I never complained.
I don't know if I did the "right" thing.
By 8th grade, things got better though, I was
not bullied as much.
Here is what I know,
I was picked on because I wasn't a bad kid
I was the "new" kid.
I was smaller and I am sure that didn't help.
I was on the football team but didn't dress like a jock
I hung out with country boys but I didn't chew,
I would go to the guys on my football team that were cussing like sailors
and tried telling them about God.
The only time my parents found out about any
sort of bullying was in seventh grade
when they got a call about me getting kicked by some kid
in the locker room after P.E
I wouldn't have gotten any punishment except....
I kicked him back,
the moral of the story is
WHEN FACING BULLYS DON'T DO ANYTHING REGRETABLE
although I'd like to seriously injure kids that pick on my siblings or friends,
there's a much quieter way to deal with them, simply communicate
with your elders or teachers and all will be well.
It won't make you a so called "tattle tale"
what my little brother is going through is terrible, if you already have read about it
than you know what I'm talking about.
I feel that he's a different kid ever since he started in public school
not for the better.
The mix of teenage hormones and being bullied are a very bad combination.
he's sad, somtimes angry for no apparent reason,
moms, dont think its just public school that does this to kids,
it's their current situation that your child is currently in.
talk to them
bug them until they have to tell you whats wrong
it'll get better :)
now that I'm in high school, things are awesome,
I found a group of kids that except me for who I am
and things have been great since then,
to sum it all up
stand up for yourself
stop this bully epidemic