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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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    21 thru 25 of 69 comments     1   2   3   4  [ 5 ] ...   
    On 11/12/04
    Dequetta from NC said:
    you did the right thing girl and trust me if you would have hit her back you and her would have to be suspended
    On 10/02/04
    Emma from CT said:
    IT is good that you told an adult. Otherwise your situation might have gotten really scary. :)
    On 07/02/04
    Kayla from NC said:
    I know exactly what you mean. That happend to me last year in fourth grade. It is really scary.
    On 05/06/04
    Anjelica from AZ said:
    I am happy 4 you that you told some one.When I started High School, I met new people and in late October, I was assulted by a sophmore. He punched me in the face with my glasses on and I had a cut on my left eyebrow and had to get 2 stitches. Well we went to court for 2 days and there was 1 of his witnesses there and his witness lied and so did he. But for both of them lying, He was found NOT GUILTY. Now at school I am always humiliated, because his witness told everyone what happened. Now people point me out and they make fun of me, but I dont care because I have friends to cheer me up.Thanks
    On 04/29/04
    Eduardo from AZ said:
    Many people come across a bully once in there the best thing to do is just to ignore them. I too have come across a bully, as much as I wanted to do something like hit them back, I didn’t because I wasn’t raised to be mean. I’d often think why they did the things they did, It was because something was wrong at home or they themselves were picked on as small children.
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