Everyone has been bullied at least once in their life. But not many are willing to admit to being the bully. Most stories about bulling come from the perspective of the victim, but with a good reason: it’s hard to admit to once being a jerk. I was used to fitting in and making friends fast. Growing up as a military child, I had seen many faces and moved plenty of times. I was in the fifth grade when my dad told my family and I got the news that we were going to Alaska. Everyone in my home had different emotions, but I was actually pretty excited to see a new part of the world. We packed up our stuff and all drove to Fort Wainwright, Alaska. It was a huge difference from Colorado but I liked it. Alaska was great until it came to going to school.