STOP BULLYING PETITION

Any form of bullying can lead to serious consequences. Cyber bullying is one of the worst form(s) of bullying. Suicide is the most common. Death is no joke. I've lost two (now three) of my best friends in my life and they were very close to my heart. They were like my sisters/brother.

Let our generation(s) make a difference. Trying to gain 500,000 names then 1,000,000 names - enough to get people's attention to see what bullying really does to their victims, no matter how old they are and what they go through in life. They just feel powerful when using force and anger on their target. But really, they (bullies) are just like us.Taking their problems and turning them onto their targets. HELP STOP TODAY!

THIS IS A PETITION TO STOP BULLYING ONCE AND FOR ALL. SPREAD THE WORD ON TWITTER, FACEBOOK, TUMBLR, ETC. LET THE WORLD KNOW BULLYING CAN BE STOPPED.

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18. Creator's Past: My Experience with Bullying

Hello,

 

It's time for me to tell you about my experience with bullying. It all began when I was 6 years old. I was begin called by silly names like 'loser' and 'stupid' by some of the people who I thought were my friends. Only a couple of class mates stuck by me and stood up for me. Unfortunately, at the same year we moved and I saw my BFF at the time giving me a death stare. I knew right there she wasn't my friend.

 

Two years later, I went to another school and I was friends with alot of people there, from different years and ages. However, there were a group of high school girls who decided to gate-crash the public school I attended and steal my BFF at the time. Let's call her Luisa. Luisa at the time was my best friend from Day 1. We were in the same class. We stuck by each other through thick and thin. That unfaithful day, those high school girls were about the influence her to join their group. They managed to influence her enough to think she'll be popular faster and they all began verbally abusing me. I told the teacher who was one duty and the teacher told me to just ignore them. I couldn't. They were following me everywhere I went. Soon, I left the school for unknown reasons.

 

Same year, went to another school. This time, I was bullied by some sibilings (the eldest only). they verbally abused me and I told the teacher. The teacher said to ignore them and stay away from them. I've been told the same thing again! De Ja Vu. Of course, they followed me everywhere and would not leave me alone. Double De Ja Vu.

 

Also, having a on/off friendship with two other people (one of them likes to start things). Let's call her Mallory. Mallory was stuborn, The Leader of the group, if she doesn't get her own way she makes someone else do her dirty work. She was pretty much the one in charge of the both of us. Let'a call the other girl, Zarah. Zarah was someone who was shy but she is a friendly girl with a good heart. She had black hair; length to her neck.. Zarah and I were Mallory's shadows. She told us what to do. We would always fight and our year group would get fed up with it. Mallory recieved a lot of hate towards her and she then had a bad reputation because one time; at lunch time, she took Zarah's lunch, told me to go a long with it and hid it behind her and when Zarah came back, she saw her lunch was taken away. I didn't want to keep my mouth shut, so with quick thinking, I spoke up saying Mallory took your lunch. Everyone turned to Mallory. Mallory tried to escape by running off but she was caught by a teacher on duty. Mallory gave the teacher Zarah's lunch and was crying like a Drama Queen. Zarah and I, we both knew hse was just trying to get a get-out-of-jail free card. She got detention and the teacher gave Zarah's lunch back. We had another few fights when Zarah and I both had enough. We seperated and Zarah and I began getting to know each other. By two days, we became best friends. Mallory tried every possible way to rejoin us all back together but we just said, "Sorry Mallory, but we don't want to rejoin the group". We told her calmy and nicely. However, she decided to stalk us and we both told the teacher about her behaviour and the teacher told us to find another spot for Zarah and I to hang out. We chose the school quad. But, we walked and moved around from time to time so Mallory couldn't find us. After one year, Mallory stopped and hanged around by herself.

 

The reason why we didn't want to rejoin as friends with her is because, every time we had a fight, Mallory would take either Zarah or I away from the other so Mallory would be having all the power while the other would feel alone. Yes, we had to face the consequences about our actions but everyone told us what we decided was the best decision. Hanging out with Mallory was a pain in the neck. Zarah was bullied by our year group because of her last name and Mallory's reputation. After all that comotion, when Zarah and I became best friends, Zarah told me she had two last names and her family canged their last name to their other last name. She even came to school with a short 'bob' do which looked great on her. The bullying stopped from there. We even hung around with the 'popular' group sometimes (our year group were nice people, unlike you see in the movies).  Don't get me wrong, there was a time I was good friends with Mallory but that soured when she began taking either of us on her side and her constant starting stuff.

 

Two years later, still attending the same school, the senior's finished and went to high school, along with the people who bullied me. The bullying stopped from there. I was 11 when the bullying stopped. That is my experience with bullying. Most of the bullying was verbal but there were times I thought I was going to be pushed, kicked, bashed, hit around with no turning back.

 

Its been 3 1/2 years (Term 2 school year) will be 4 years. I have not spoken/seen Zarah in almost 4 years because she moved to Perth. I do miss her - she's my best friend. I always went to her house on the weekends because we have so much fun talking, dancing, doing activities and so on. I haven't spoken to Mallory for more than 5 years and I don't plan on doing so. Zarah and I knew if we rejoined the group with Mallory, the cycle would spin again, so we didn't want to take that chance.

 

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This is my experience with bullying.

 

xoxo Amee

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