Talk About It: Bullying

  • Hi, if you didn’t know me, I’m @NatAttac2.0 . My name is actually Marcella, and I just wanted to talk about a topic that I can relate to. So, Let’s get into it…

About 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. It’s very sad to think that such a person can make fun of someone for who they are, what they were born with, how they talk, and other things they can find to make someone feel bad about themself.

In my opinion, nowadays, teachers and administrators aren’t handling the bullying as well as they should. Opinion wise, the teachers at my school aren’t very the most experienced ones on how to handle bullying. Here are some of my school’s teachers examples of how they handle bullying: Give A warning. Ignore it. Try to ease the tension. Move students away from each other. Yes, these may be some good ideas, but that doesn’t stop the bully. No matter what, the bully can do whatever even if they had a lot of consequences. Lemme share my story, and some solutions to the situation of bullying.


My story: I was a victim for at least 3 years, on and off. | First year started of of my skin color, they’d call me mayonesa, and just make fun of me. | Second year, I was made fun of for “snitching” on someone for putting pencil shavings in my hair, and was called “snitch”. It continued to get worse, after be calling disgusting words, | Third Year, I was made fun of for my forehead, of how big it was, and it all started because I didn’t give the bully a pencil. It stopped after I told a teacher, but then got worse. During that year (2018), a student had a picture of a fat person, and they laughed at it. I said, “Oh isn’t that from the TV Show: My 600 Lb Life?” and they all laugh, and that SAME BULLY from the second year, decided to say, “Oh, Cella watches Fat People Porn”. Then, he kept saying I have premium passes, and etc. I was done that I finally told a teacher. Here are some solutions to hopefully ease the situations of bullying.

Solutions
Better Choices

To prevent bullying, my solution is to hang around with the good people. Hanging around with the wrong people can lead you to a hell hole. Hanging around with the good people can make you think about the good stuff to come, not bad.

Step Up

Don’t be a pussy, and step up to the bully, tell them how you feel, and if you have to go bitch-mode on them, go ahead, because they need to know that your annoyed and done with their shit.

Tell an Administrator

It’s not wrong to tell and administrator or teacher that your getting bullied. Hell no it’s not bad, if people make fun of you for it, ignore it, and just walk away.

I hope this topic means a lot to those who are victims of bullying, and can relate to some situations that are mentioned in my story. Take bullying seriously, and the solutions, too. Adios Amigo’s/Amiga’s :wink: :v:

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I’m so happy you brought this up, and I’m sorry you were bullied.

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It’s ok :yellow_heart:. Has it happened to you, too?

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I wish people talked about how bullying can cause trauma.

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fr
:skull:

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Just my friend being toxic but I’m not friends with her anymore. :grinning:

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I was bullied for 6 years by people I called friends. It finally ended for a while but it’s kinda starting again :frowning:

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bitches be bonkers

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I’m sorry. :pensive: I hope it gets better, and doen’t start all over again.

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Me and my besties are often bullied for being by or gay

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bogus :skull:

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People don’t know wtf goes on in our life, an they assume by “bullying” can make it even better, like um, b- leave :roll_eyes:

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Or bullying is “normal” i dont know a lot but…pretty sure antagonizing ppl isnt normal.
Or the excuse tht ppl need to “toughen up” and confront the bully head on…tht…doesnt work

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50/50 chance it does

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Never for me x3

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Thank you for discussing this.

I’ve been bullied too, they used my heritage, disability, and race as a joke… In elementary school.

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Who?!! :triumph::triumph:

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I myself wasn’t bullied that badly but other people were, it was really traumatic for me and caused me to have very bad anxiety :)) as well as other problems,

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just some people, it’s fine though

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I have never been severely bullied, but in middle school I used to get made fun of because my nose was “So BiG”. Although it wasn’t every day, whenever people would point it out it embarrassed me a lot, and when I would go home I’d cry a lot. I would try to “shrink” my nose with my fingers, and it’s something I became insecure about as more and more people pointed it out. Luckily, as middle school went by, more and more of my friends stuck up for me and helped me out a lot.

But whenever you see someone getting bullied, please do anything in your power to stick up for them or help them out, because they may going through a rough time. :revolving_hearts:

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