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    "Back when I was in 6th grade, I was playing volleyball in the morning with some of my friends. My friends started to leave and a big group of girls surrounded me. One of the girls kept asking me if I had been talking about them. I kept telling them no, but I guess they didn't believe me because all of the sudden one of the girls punched me in the cheek. There were no teachers around, so no one saw what happened. I went to the office and reported what the girls had done. The girl who punched me was suspended for three days. After that, all of her friends kept giving me dirty looks and acting like they were going to beat me up. Then when the girl came back, she was always looking at me. I started going straight to my classes because I was scared. After a while she stopped giving me dirty looks and left me alone."

    Threatening, intimidation, and assault are against the law and against school policy. Talk to an adult that you can trust if these things are happening to you or to someone you know.

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    On 12/15/08
    omar from AZ said:
    I had many situations like that before. You did the right thing in telling an adult because its better telling someone then getting in a fight and being suspended. In all my situations i told an adult and those problems stopped.
    On 10/09/08
    Whit from SC said:
    You know it's kinda scary to have that feeling i have been through it before but just don't do nothing else and i think it's right you told somebody but at the same time it only made that girl even madder. It's all good though she probably wont touch you anymore. Just dont worry!
    On 10/09/08
    ty from AL said:
    What you did was kinda dum bcuz wen u tell the crowd gets mad and that makes up more trouble but then your decision was kinda smart because now they cant hurt you anymore but bye
    On 03/04/08
    gade from TX said:
    this story is good
    On 10/29/07
    Hailey from AZ said:
    No one should ever be bullied. You did the right thing going to the office and reporting that girl.
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