Essay on Relentless Bullying

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Linh Nguyen
EMLS 112, 1:30 MW
Date: 05/01/2013
Instructor: J. Harris

What is bullying? Bullying is everywhere. It is a horrible activity that destroys people’s happiness and life. Bullying is very negative and creates major problems for our society. Nothing good comes out of bullying. In fact, it ruins many people’s lives. Kids can be mentally scarred if they are teased often. Even worse, they can be killed or fatally injured if the bullying gets extreme. Bullying must be stopped or prevented no matter how long it will take; it is a deeply concerning matter. Bullying does not always have to be childish play, but it can be extremely violent. People may be bruised, injured, or even killed. There are so many different kinds
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However; in this article, there is an important point that we should look back is that one girl stood up to a group of guys who were picking on the Bird. That is a good deed we should learned to stand up or against the group of bad people who always tease other people in a wrong way.
Bullies themselves sometimes deliberately hurt other children physically. “Rowing the bus”- Paul Logan, is one of examples about bullying when it gets worse. The author wrote about his life when he was in elementary school. He was a “perfect target” for the others kids to tease. He was made to row the bus. “…on the way to school I had to sit in the dirty bus aisle littered with paper, gum wads, and spitballs” that was what he was forced to do by a group of bullies in his school. He was a small boy and had no father so that his mother had to work very hard to support him. He used to wear the clothes that his mother got from the donation at a local church. He feared that he might wear the clothes that used to belong with his classmates. A problem he faced at school was that he had a hard time to learn to say the “s” sound properly and “pronounced words that began with “th” as if they began with a “d.”. He would become a target that everyone would laugh at him. “For four years, from second to fifth grade, I prayed nightly for God to give me school days in which I would not be insulted, embarrassed, or made to feel ashamed” that was what he was doing every night before he went to
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