Personal Narrative: My First Experiences Of Bullying

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My first experience I ever had was when I let people have so much power and authority over me. When I was in high school I got bullied so much about my nose after a while I just stop completely going to school because it was happening every day. I would have to go to the office because I couldn’t take the pressure of hearing about something that was true and something I couldn’t control so I always took it further. I was always with a group of friends until they started bullying me I found out that they really wasn’t my friend until they started bullying me. And then wanted to fight so I didn’t want to go back to school anymore. After a while it started getting so bad till the point I had to go to the front office and tell , but didn’t …show more content…
But importantly I would like to say to myself never let people stop you from getting your education. Because perhaps I ended up on a path that wasn’t so good. I never want to go through that again in life. Fresh start was one of the best schools I’ve picked to come to no longer have any bullying going on around me there is nothing but positive vibes. And finally started being focused in school and coming. Although I haven’t been to Peace River ever since 2 years ago, and I’m glad to say I am very passionate to say that I’m doing better. In school and even out of school I no longer have seen those girls that bullied me. The journey I went through was very stressful and hurting at a tough time because I really could focus in school or get anything done because, I would always have to watch my back and look over my shoulder to see if the girls was following me around school. Witch they was and I walked into the office and I pointed them out one by one because I couldn’t take it anymore. But I just want to say this by far the worst experience I’ve ever had and in the process of that, I found myself. I had to build myself back up and walk around with my head held high because I didn’t want them to know they had gotten the best of me

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