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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 11/11/03
    Mike from AZ said:
    You should have moved out of town and run away from all of your problems. That is what Simba did in the Lion King, and look where it got him?? Hakuna-matata. That is, until Nala messed up Simba's life for good. If girls are your problem, run away. Everything in life is easier when you run from anything that goes wrong.
    On 11/04/03
    Andrea from FL said:
    What is the matter with people today? I firmly believe that if someone punches you, you have the right to punch them back! It is called self-denense! In the adult world you have that right! You did the right thing, but you were lucky! Most of the time, if they punch you once and you don't do anything, they will keep doing it! PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN TO DEFEND THEMSELVES!!!
    On 10/29/03
    Amba from WA said:
    Hi That must be real terrible i symphofize with u greatly being punched is nasty enough let alone being bullied .I allways get bad stuff at school i have a close friend but my home is bad too my father ifgure completely left one minute i sed can u get me a drink plz the i went to look for him and he went without a goodbye ! You just need to show the bullys u aint scared look back down on them roll your eyes and keep ya shoulders back and head high tell a teacher about it ,its the only way. If i met these girls id totally help u out. tell them you hve a cousin or sumed like that and ther
    On 10/22/03
    Melissa from TN said:
    I think that you should have stood up for yourself. At the same time keep one thing in mind the ones that have the bark normally do not have the bite. She was with her friends trying to show she was bad stuff. You get that girl alone and she is as scared as you. Keep you head up and be strong. Do not let people scare you. If one bully sees you are scared all the bullies will begin to pick at you. :-) Melissa
    On 10/17/03
    Alexandra from DE said:
    That was the right thing to do. it's good that you didn't fight back, because you would have gotten in trouble. You were very smart:)
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