As we grow we've been taught what to do if you or your friend is being bullied, but do they prepare you for when you are the bully? I want to tell you about a girl named Annie. Annie was a good child growing up and never did anything wrong yet people would pick on her. She always got bullied because of her size and because of her actions. As she grew she soon made a friend but that just made the bullying worse. People started to think she was gay because her friend taught her how to dance tango's and waltz. Everyday they would practice dancing together and people wouldn't talk to her because they thought she was gay. After a while she broke away from that friend and blossomed into a beautiful flower. She made friends and became a great friend. In 6th grade she met two people who became her best friends. After a while, she made new friends and they talked about how gross her two friends where. Soon she started picking on them too. The world took an innocent child and turned her into a monster and set her loose on those two friends. Every time they would ask if she could hang out she would reply, "I would but I don't want to get the ugly disease from you," or she would say, "Eww! No way! If I hang out with you im going to start smelling like you! I mean seriously you smell like you haven't showered in weeks!!!" These taunts and teasing got so bad that one of her victims dropped out of school and moved. The counselor talked to Annie and she saw her mistakes. She made new friends and never bullied again but the past still haunts her. Annie is me. I bullied people and never knew how much it could hurt someone until I watched it hurt my friends. After 6th grade I vowed to never bully again and I still stick to this vow. I want to change the world like I changed. I went from good to bad to good again and that's how I want the world to be.
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