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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 01/02/04
    Roger from MA said:
    You sound like you were defeated in more ways than one. Not only were you punched in the face, but you admit to being scared of them afterwards. Your choice to not fight would have been appropriate, but you ratted this girl out. If you walk away from a fight once, the people arnt going to come back...but if they do return, then you have to do what you have to do. Snitching is just low, your getting other people to fight your battles while you hide from the problem.
    On 12/21/03
    lisa from HI said:
    you shouldnt have ran away from them you should have just faced them and asked them if they had a problem. if you were to scared to do that you should have told a teacher and she would have asked them for you. it would have been much easier atleas you didnt fight back which could have made it harder. well done lisa xx
    On 11/26/03
    Mel from MT said:
    you did the right thing! way to go!The girl deserved it! ~Mel~
    On 11/26/03
    Shelby from TN said:
    I think it was right for you to tell an adult and not hit her back. If you would have hit her back you would have gotten suspended along with her. Even though her friends might have thought you were a chicken because you didnt start a fight you did the right thing. Like my mom always says " Two Wrongs dont make a Right".
    On 11/17/03
    kim from MA said:
    hi am am glad that you did not fight back i will never fight and now i am glad to know that i am not the only one who does not fight back
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