How has bullying affected your life?
We all know of, or have someone in our memories who was bullied (even if that person was you). How did it make you fell? How did it affect you? or/And, was anything done about it eventually?
I would have to say I am of the old school on this. It made me mad. Then we got into a fight. Some one got a busted lip or a bloody nose and a couple days later we were friends. All the anxiety and frustration was gone.
Interesting. . Just like at some family reunions!
You must have some tough family reunions. I just would not invite.
It ends up to be fun and games. Family is easier to forgive especially for its importance for us
It's one of the greatest experiences of life. Pushing people around, intimidating them, making them cower and do your bidding, taking their lunches from them ...
Oh, wait a moment. You're talking about being bullied, not about bullying.
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
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