Bullies

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Deja Holden English 6 Ms.Golder Feb 12,2014

Bullies Bullies seem to share certain qualities; bullies make themselves feel big by making other people feel small, to make themselves feel better about their own personal issues. Bullies act cruelly in order to get attention, and the people who watch and laugh are just provoking the bully to keep going. It’s difficult to stand up to a bully, especially when they’re a lot bigger and stronger than you. If bullies could control themselves and the way they treat others, there would be fewer bullies in the world. Everybody has been bullied, or has bullied at least one person in their life. Whether it’s laughing at someone that looks differently than them, or dresses differently, or even acts differently than them. Either way, whenever you make someone feel less of themself, it’s bullying. For example I had this boyfriend 3 years back named Dj, he was like my first real boyfriend. Well he really liked me and I really liked him, during the last couple of weeks before our relationship ended, I noticed how he was always suggesting new looks for me to try, like putting blonde in my hair etc. Well when we finally broke up, we still talked all the time, and one day we were talking about maybe giving us a second try, but he sounded like he wasn’t very interested in me as much. I told him “I wish I was what you wanted”, and he said to me “Well then change, because there is no way I would want you unless you changed” .Which hurt very much, I didn’t know what to do, so since my feelings toward him were very strong, I tried my best to be what he wanted. So that to me is a form of bullying because, I ended up never adding up to his high standards, which caused me to feel very less of myself because it felt like, no matter how much I tried, it was never enough. But now I thank him because if It wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be as strong as I am today. It’s sad to know that people bully other people to the point that

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