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I have never thought that when you get bullied that ignoring them will make them leave you alone that it would only make matters worseIt was my Freshman year a year that I would never forget Freshman year was horrible Something personal happened but that was the year that I literally faced bullying It wasnt physical but was more verbal People were saying stuff that I knew wasnt true but hurt They tried getting other people to turn against me to talk mess to get others to fight me but no matter what I never stooped down As my Sophomore year came things continued happening The situation from the previous year was bought in to the new year I thought to myself This is a new year cant people just let it go that whatever happened happened Well I was wrong More and worse things started happening and it got to the point where it was affecting me in ROTC that I said Enough is enough I asked the instructors if they could please do something about it but instead just said Theres nothing we can do Everywhere you go people are going to be like that I then told them You know what I understand that everywhere you go youre going to have people hating on you or not appreciating what you do and try and make you stoop low but I also understand that if whats going on is starting to affect someone personally then something needs to be done And if nothing is going to be done then I quit Whats the point in being in a Military Program when nothing is going to be done when someone needs helpAfter that things started to settle It was calmer mellowed out no distractions of people saying stuff starting anything with me Until my junior year came Then it started again I decided to date what I didnt know at that time
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