When I was in 2nd grade i moved schools to a different state, it was not very hard for me because the girls were so mean to me i wanted to leave. After I moved my new school was ok. Some people were nice while other called me names everyday and other just laughed and made me feel worthless when to thought things were gonna get better a boy was walking in the gym and I was in his way so he smacked me to the ground and people laughed. I felt so worthless. We moved again but back to my home state but to a different school. (The school i attend now ). This time it was a lot easier for me to make friends but this group of girls turned around and talked about me and laughed at me for being myself. I now have 3 friends and with out them i don't know what I would do. The bullying still continues but I am strong and I never believe what they say.
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Ryan Knowles commented 2013-04-02 14:30:10 -0400Brookelyn,
First of all, thanks so much for taking the time to share your story. It takes a lot of courage to do so! My sister had similar experiences with groups of girls growing up, but the way she fought them off is by disregarding their comments and sticking with her friends as much as she could! It seems like you are doing much better and are turning the negatives you experienced with bullying and turned them into positives!
If you ever need advice on how to deal with bullying, check out our page for students, http://www.thebullyproject.com/tools_students, where we’ve got some great resources that can help you answer questions you may have! Keep fighting the good fight dear, you’re doing so well!
The Bully Project Team