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Who knew the rate of suicide from bullying would be so high today Victims under the age of thirteen to teenagers and even parents are committing suicide because bullying has gotten out of control A bully is a person who teases picks on or hurts smaller or weak people These victims have reached the point where they have had enough and killing themselves the only option they see Types of bullying like cyber bullying physical contact and the constant teasing these victims faces Its not everyday you see these stories on your local news but it happensFrom the day that I stepped foot in Middle school even Elementary school I personally have witnessed kids being bullied and often for stupid reasons I watched a kid get beat up in Elementary school because two other boys did not like what he was wearing I felt hatred in my heart for the two boys because they had the nerve to hurt the smaller boy when they werent even on the number one Best Fashion of the year chart The second time I saw someone get bullied was five months later It was in Elementary school I was in class and Mr Smith wanted to do a fun activity with the whole class We had to rearrange our desks so we could be in a circle One by one we started to introduce ourselves All of us were pretty happy except for this one kid I spotted out of the corner of my eyes His head was low and he had a sad look on his face I looked over to the right and saw this one boy smirking and his friend laughing while looking at the boy whose name was David After class was over I found out that David was being harassed because of his Ethnicity But as soon as the teacher knew about the whole situation the two boys got in trouble In my opinion
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