I used to get bullied a lot in school. The "popular girls" in my school would call me ugly, weird and a loser and make rumors about me and I used to try to ignore them and pretend I wasn't upset. I was too scared to tell the teachers because they always take the side of the popular kids.
I read your manual and it helped me a lot! I get teased sometimes but not like before and now I don't really care. It's funny how they would try to tease me, but I'll just shrug it off or sing "Loser Like Me" (Hit me with the worst you got and knock me down, baby I don't care) under my breath and they always get confused faces. Some of them try to insult me again, but they get the message in time and walk away. I see in their faces how confused they are. It's an awesome feeling. I'm letting my friends read your online manual and I'm pretty sure it will work for them, too.
Thank you so, so much! I may be a loser but now I don't care what others think!
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On Aug. 31, the New York Times published an article raising questions about New Jersey’s tough anti-bullying laws. This has sparked a spate of articles in other papers expressing similar concerns about the New Jersey law. What few people seem to be aware of is that the New Jersey law is not substantially different from state anti-bullying laws throughout the country and the rest of the world. Read More...