By Jodee Blanco
True tales from New York Times bestselling writer Jodee Blanco's tours
Have you ever felt by myself, as though nobody knows what you are going via, and that regardless of how tough you are trying, you are scared issues may possibly by no means get well? Do you need your classmates could provide you with a holiday? I felt that method usually in class. i used to be bullied and excluded for a similar cause probably you or anyone you recognize has been—simply for being varied. there have been days whilst all i needed used to be to stick in my room. again then, i'd have given nearly something to satisfy the youngsters you are going to meet here.
Autumn dreaded recess. Joshua was once afraid to belief a person at domestic or in school. Taylor had plenty of associates till her BFF grew to become all of them opposed to her. Gabe's on-line gaming international used to be became the other way up whilst different avid gamers begun humiliating him. A instructor used to be bullying Brianna. Eric's Asperger's made him the butt of merciless jokes. The cool crowd beat up Tiffany and videotaped it for...
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This jerk in my math class asked Amy for a date, and then, he stood her up. When she sent him a text the next day at school asking why he never even called, he said, “Holy sh_t, baby, you didn’t think I was serious! Why would anyone go out with a dog like you? Arf! ” When he saw her in the hallway, he was with a bunch of his friends and they all started barking at her. I wasn’t there, but one of them told me about it. He was smiling, thought it was hilarious. I heard from the nurse Amy was so upset that she barfed and had to go home early.
My dad had to hire a locksmith to get inside my room. It didn’t matter. My parents couldn’t make me go to school. They tried once. I screamed so loud, someone called the police. It took an hour for my dad to explain to the cops what was going on, that I wasn’t an abused child. But I was not going to school. Every time the bell rang and we had to change periods, I was scared I’d get hit. I didn’t want to hear the awful names everyone called me. So finally, my parents gave up. My mom decided to homeschool me for the rest of seventh grade, but eighth grade, I’d have to go back to school, and I could transfer to a new one if I wanted.
It was fun, and I made friends with the other kids in the group. By the time summer came, I lost almost all the weight I’d gained, and I was hanging out with my new friends from the training group. I could tell my parents were relieved. When it came time for the “big talk,” about where I’d go to eighth grade, I decided to go back to my old school. I was afraid but I didn’t want to run away. The first day of school, I called my new friends and they gave me this epic pep talk. By the time I got on the bus, I was psyched.
Bullied Kids Speak Out. We Survived—How You Can Too by Jodee Blanco