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Difficult Choices!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

I had to do something I really hate to do today and that is tell on some people. What they did wasn't right and it was illegal. At the time I felt so low that I somehow felt like I deserved what was coming my way. Later on I realized it wasn't my fault and am not sure what provoked these people to do what they did to me in the first place. I am not claiming to be perfect but I don't get why these people are running around telling people what they did to me and thinking that it is funny. As you can imagine I am even more upset every time I have to hear others talking about it and laughing along with them. What gives them the right to act that way? These people should be ashamed of themselves instead they are proud of what they did!
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    They have mutual support when they gang up on somebody. They feel that they belong to that group and they get very confident. In a classroom, if you find the leader and change that behavior, you've often changed the class behavior. If it's illegal, you have to call it because you cannot be part of that. You can be proud of yourself for standing up for what was right. That is very often not easy at all.

    1734 days ago
    sorry your down, but you did the right thing
    1734 days ago
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