Dealing with bullies isn’t an easy thing to do. My parents tell me to ignore or avoid them. But it seems if you ignore them, it gets under their skin and they want to bully you even more. And that makes it’s even harder to avoid them. Does that make sense?
My teachers seem to be too busy with other things when it comes to bullies. I guess they have so many students they can’t be bothered by it all. They say they want to treat everybody the same. I think I understand that but it doesn’t always work out so well. I even wonder if some of the teachers aren’t scared of bullies.
I’m not the only one who gets bullied. I have some friends who have to deal with bullies, too. Sometimes we hang out together in hopes that the bullies will leave us alone. It works most of the time unless there are some bullies together.
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About The Author
Michael Embry is the author of seven novels, three nonfiction sports books, and a short-story collection. He spent more than 30 years in the news media as a sportswriter, news reporter and editor, working at two newspapers, a national news service, and a magazine, and nearly six years as a public information officer in state government. He is listed in Who's Who in America.
Embry lives in Frankfort, Ky., with his wife, Mary, and two chorkie dogs, Bailey and Belle. Among his interests are travel, hiking, writing, reading, music, and family activities, especially those involving his three granddaughters--Lily, Lola and Ellie.