When my sister and I were little around the ages of 13 and 9 my sister would always be picked on for her size. The reason that kids would be mean not only at school to her, but also around the block where we lived is cause she was big for her age. I watched one day as my mother was getting my lunch ready for school, my sister already had taken her lunch box and was standing at the corner I was standing at the door waiting for mine to catch the bus the little boys from around the block starting teasing calling her names and taunting her. I watched as one of the boys took her lunch box and threw it in the street as the bus was coming so her lunch was ruined as well as the box. I got so heated and so upset cause people dont understand the hurt and the pain that they deal with behind close doors that little girl your picking on she goes up to her room and cries everyday and yes food is her only comfort, but shes also dealing with alot more than you know. You dont understand and you have no right to pick on someone just cause your bigger, or smarter, whatever the case may be. So me being the big sis I gave her mine to calm her down and assured her that all things come around you got a lunch and youll be ok. So to all those little boys who didnt know big sis was around big no no. I took theyre lunches the next day and asked them how they felt when i threw it under the bus and when the parents came to the house i told them exactly what went on and if they are proud that theyre sons were bullying then they arent doing theyre jobs right as parents. Needless to say I stood up for her and I would do it again and again for anyone else never judge, those you dont know what they go through, you dont know what they been through and its pure ignorance to bully someone just to be cool or feel better about ones self. For all those that are bullied I feel for you and I am here if you would like someone to talk to or just an ear to hear what you have to say.
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