Disgusted

Norristown, PA

#1 Nov 1, 2013
Just watched on the news about the parents that boarded a school bus to find out who was bullying their son, and now they sit in jail for it. I really feel for these parents, I have been in their shoes. Everyday your kid comes home, upset, crying, sad. The teachers, guidance counselors and principals don't do anything. They have discussions and assemblies. That doesn't help. The actual bullies are the ones that give examples of what a kid should do if they are being bullied. What a *&#!*^$ joke! Meanwhile these bullies go on to have happy memories of their childhood school years and what about the bullied kids?
It hurts

Lansdale, PA

#2 Nov 1, 2013
Disgusted wrote:
Just watched on the news about the parents that boarded a school bus to find out who was bullying their son, and now they sit in jail for it. I really feel for these parents, I have been in their shoes. Everyday your kid comes home, upset, crying, sad. The teachers, guidance counselors and principals don't do anything. They have discussions and assemblies. That doesn't help. The actual bullies are the ones that give examples of what a kid should do if they are being bullied. What a *&#!*^$ joke! Meanwhile these bullies go on to have happy memories of their childhood school years and what about the bullied kids?
ITS WORSE THAN THAT, I was bullied. I couldn't pay attention because all I though about was how I was going to deal, or get to the next class. It affected my entire life/career
Disgusted

Gap, PA

#4 Nov 2, 2013
I know this sounds horrible but I told my kid, to do what you need to do. Be loud, or physical. I won't be mad. If I get called into school, I will tell them that I gave you permission to stop it. The school doesn't do anything, somebody has to.I am so sick of this.
It hurts wrote:
<quoted text> ITS WORSE THAN THAT, I was bullied. I couldn't pay attention because all I though about was how I was going to deal, or get to the next class. It affected my entire life/career

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#5 Nov 4, 2013
It's rediculous how the bully's get away with it. Once, when I was in high school I had enough. I turned on my bully and I was the one in trouble!! But I didn't care and went after him again the next time he taunted me. That time he learned his lesson.
Former Resident

Brunswick, MD

#6 Nov 27, 2013
It hurts wrote:
<quoted text> ITS WORSE THAN THAT, I was bullied. I couldn't pay attention because all I though about was how I was going to deal, or get to the next class. It affected my entire life/career
I totally understand. I was teased at the main CATHOLIC high school for my first few years and I know for a fact at least one PRIEST witnessed it and said nothing. I missed so many days because of it. But now that I am older and look back, those people were nobodies and are still nobodies. And their physical appearance back then and now was nothing special. I think alot of people bully because of their own self-loathing and inadequacies. In the end I got the last laugh.

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