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By SchoolSucks - / Tuesday 19 February 2013 17:05 / United States
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By  tempermental  |  19

that's really bad!

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I disagree, that's real dedication, she deserves a cookie! :D

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  Synistiel  |  14

PUNCH THAT BITCH IN THE FUCKING FACE. I know how it feels to be bullied. It's absolutely horrible. Don't listen to anything she says. I can't stand bullies, they piss me off so much and I regret not punching them in the face. They deserved it.

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  Demonfish  |  14

Not wrong there, it takes true love to hold a grudge like that... But I think that once it gets to that stage I think it's more likely to be classed as an obsession, a very unhealthy one, for everyone involved....

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OP, the exact same thing happened to me a long time ago. 3 years later the girl who bullied and followed me ended up being a lesbian. So she may actually be in love with you...

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  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

In some cases, not all mind you, the bullies become bullies because they are bullied at home. Most of the time it's by their own parents or maybe their siblings, which is truly sad. Sometimes they feel like they need to exert dominance and control over someone who is weaker, and often withdrawn making it less likely for them to fight back. They need to feel that they are in control of something, anything, due to them being abused and controlled in some way or another in their own home. A lot of bullies have extremely low self esteem so they think that by manipulating someone else it will somehow make them feel better about themselves. Though, it shouldn't. I am not saying that this is the case in this situation, that the bully is the real victim here, or that I am ok with their bullying behavior. Because I am most definitely not ok with it in any way! I'm just saying that I think that there may be a lot more going on in their mindset that may not be readily apparent. Both sets of parents, the children involved, and the school admin seriously need to have a sit down conversation about what is going on and find a remedy, stat! This simply cannot be allowed to continue as is.

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  asherm  |  15

Make sure she follows you home after school, then pepper spray her. Or make your own spray. Bullies deserve their own medicine. I'm sorry OP!!

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  Catkam623  |  27

I really do question how long it's been since you guys were bullied because honestly the best way to deal with a bully is to make friends with them or say what the hell is your problem I don't want anything to do with you so leave me alone. If your going to post advice make it the right advice

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  junkman6  |  22

Hah a broken nose solved all bullying issues when I was growing up. I transferred schools a lot because my parents moved alot and the bullies thought I was an easy target. Violence has solved more conflicts in human history than any other method.

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  perdix  |  29

#69, you can't "stand your ground" unless you are prepared to physically fight, otherwise you are just bluffing. Real bullies are a ridiculous breed and unfortunately, physical violence is the only thing that works with them. I've only met two in my long life, and bloodied both of their noses, but I've never been in any other fights in my life.

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