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BULLYING - A TRUE STORY FROM THE MOTHER'S POINT-OF-VIEW

*****: Bullying is not a l*****ughing matter. Many teenagers take their own lives yearly because of bullying. If ***** does not stop with the teacher, then the matter should be taken to the principal. If necessary, the problem should be taken to the superintendent or school board.

BULLYING - A ***** STORY ***** THE ***** POINT*****OF-VIEW

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Several girls surrounded Jeannie's daughter as they called out, "You're a little cry baby! Don't you know ***** are stupid! Don't even think about hanging out with us. You're too ugly for us."

***** these words made Jeannie angry ***** she watched her daughter, Faith, run to the car. Tears freely flowing down her cheeks, she urged, "Hurry, Mom, let's get out of *****e. I can't take it anymore!"

***** National School Safety Center calls bullying, "the most enduring and underrated problem in American schools." D*****cussing ***** is important ***** it may have a lifetime effect on victims.

As a young person I have seen the *****s of victims including th***** story ***** Jeannie ***** Faith.

The look in ********** eyes revealed the pain and hurt ***** was suffering. What had Faith done to be mistreated? Why were these kids calling her names? Jeannie could clearly remember being teased at school, but never like this. Anger began to build as the mother thought ab***** wh***** these students were doing to her daughter. Bullying is ***** a l*****ughing matter!

Bullying ***** not a laughing matter, definition, and the steps that ***** taken ***** pr*****t bullying.

Bullying hurt ***** and angered *****. Both parents ***** children can be ***** emotionally from *****.

The steps that Jeannie *****k at Faith's school to stop bullying.

Faith's suicide *****tempt.

Counseling ***** needed to heal the emotional wounds of Jeannie and Faith.

Conclusion

***** had ***** be placed in another school to recover from the verbal bullying. This school practiced a zero *****lerance policy for bullying. The school superintendent met with Faith and Jeannie. He stated, "No one deserves to be bullied. Every child has a right to be s*****fe at school. Faith, if some***** bullies you, tell the *****. If that doesn't work, tell the principal. If you find it necessary to come see me, I guarantee the problem will end." Faith is now an A+ student *****d she is working at Sonic. Both ***** and Faith believe ***** ***** should be stopped and is a national problem in the United States. A problem that parents often overlook until it grows into a serious one.

Don't let the de*****th of your child be the wakening call of how serious bullying is. Approximately two ***** will kill themselves each year due to bullying. Don't let it ***** ***** child!

Bullying ***** not a laughing matter. Listen ***** your child when she/he talks *****out bullying at her/his school. Do something about it and prevent a child from committing suicide.

***** is the Story and can be changed to fit the above

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