Student Post – Gaheris’s Post

Believe they were WRONG!





Definition of bullying :

  Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants. Tormenting, threatening, lying, humiliation, ignoring, or excluding. It’s all a form of bullying.

Definition of standing up to bullying :

Just like the definition of bullying, I attempted to google/search for the definition of standing up to bullying. But I realized each and everyone of us give it it’s own definition. To me, standing up to bullying, is not tolerating less than you deserve. It’s being independent and fearless, and being able to confront your problems responsibly. It’s having the courage to stand up for your friends, class mates, team mates, strangers, and most importantly… yourself. Because, if you settle for less, less is all you’re gonna get for the rest of your life. You have to believe you’re better, and that you’re worth it. Because truth is… you are.



4 responses to “Student Post – Gaheris’s Post

  1. And let your school administration know about it. Not sure what state you are in, but there are many with laws protecting you against bullying. A school that has a good anti-bullying stance goes a long way in creating a no-bullying climate.

  2. rebelliouskid2013

    This is a really good one i like this one. and its very true to

  3. Paulette I. Vermette

    Go person go! Spread your message. It is an excellent one.

  4. Great job! It’s so important to believe in yourself, in knowing and developing your strengths, in identifying what truths you stand for. When the inner foundation is strong, you can withstand any storm in life!

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