This story made me think about bullying and how it can really affect the life of many people. Precious was never educated the right way her whole life she was scared and hurt, she soon just gave up. When she went to Miz Rains class she felt like there she could finally be herself and people there actually cared about her. Being that she got pregnant with two kids by her father was horrifying and the fact that her mother treated her even badly is was sorry. I think the moral of this story is that you should never give up on life because there’s always a breakthrough.
Emily Dickinson was very suicidal (meaning she tried to kill her many times, but was afraid of what it would be like). I am glad we got this poem because I have some things I would like to say about this weird acting woman. In my town were I come from their was a girl who acted just like this lady. This girl would not talk to anyone, she would run away all the time, she tried to commit suicide a couple of times, but did not succeed. Her parents it seemed they would be always looking for he all the time.
Soon her popularity began to turn into her worst nightmare always called horrible names and started not to be as a bright person she was once. Friends watched her cry and called names became bystanders did not speak up when Phoebe was speaking up and teachers were not paying attention thinking it was just a waste of time. She was followed and even the boy she had once dated bullied her. No one knew what was going on with Phoebe and was not able to detect it but Phoebe was bullied to her death. She had made the decision to kill herself because she was tired of it and even if it was not always physically but words will always hurt more and when it is constant people do start taking them in and wonder it is better off dying.
I was so pissed that I was the blame for my friends being late and I was the only one being suspended. She didn’t want to try to understand or care she just wanted someone to abuse her authority on. Teachers can be there for you and catch your fall while others can be the one pushing you down. Stacey Oleson was a drama whore while Mrs. Mckeag liked to problem solve, Stacey was a perpetual liar while Mrs. Mckeag was an honest, and Stacey was just a mean bitch although Mrs. Mckeag was a genuine person. Without Mrs. Mckeag I think my school year would have been hell knowing Stacey had a vendetta against me.
This caused her to feel even more insecure, she felt lonely and hopeless. Words soon began to get to her and she started believing what others perceived of her and soon enough she started slacking in her academic life and this progression of slacking off and missing school caused her become more regretful of her decisions. Her parents soon found about this unpleasant event and sent her see a therapist and she was homeschooled after that. My friend was victim of cyber bullying and now is survivor, her own friends turn against her in midst of despair; which shows that anybody and anyone can be the victi... ... middle of paper ... ...ents of cyber and law can also be effective; there should be strict rules to maintain discipline between students. Cyber bullying can destroy a child’s life in so many ways parents should be support their child and listen to them and be with them before something worse happens.
Mrs. Hutchinson was careless and unthoughtful to the event till she was the victim of the lottery and kept saying “it wasn’t fair “You didn’t give him time enough to take any paper he wanted. I saw you. It wasn’t fair!”” (Jackson 294). Even though every one of them took the same chance and it was a matter of luck. Her family was not caring enough that the mother of their family was going to be stoned to death and all of them participated even her little son have been given some pebbles to him to participate.
The negative effects of that the theme of the power of words causes Liesel to experience misery throughout her lifetime. Liesel is abandoned by her mother at a young age. “’Is my mother a communist?’ Staring. Straight ahead. ‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach.
Emotionally shut out and neglected by her mother, taunted and teased all the time by her mother and her new husband, frequently called UGLY and told she was not welcome and unwanted. Home life was so bad Clare took herself off to social services and asked to be put into a home but was refused, feeling helpless and life was not living she attempted suicide by swallowing a bottle of bleach. "I felt sick, happy and sad. I was happy because tonight if the bleach worked I would die. No more Tomorrows.
The bullying was so bad even the teachers were doing it. One teacher even excluded her from both the boys and girls list during the attendants roll call and called her name, excluded from the two other genders, afterwards. The bullying made Kelby wish she could be a change for the town but it would never work. It also made her lose a chance on playing basketball and maybe getting a scholarship because the girls on her team did not want to touch her. She was pushed away from everyone and was only friends with a few other kids at school.Kelby could have become so angry at herself because she was gay that she may start to think that she is a mistake and a sin, believing what the bullies have told her and she'll start to get depresse...
She was too scared and didn’t know what to do so she called the cops. Because of this, now everyone in school is disgusted and hateful of her. Though most of the students didn’t like her, she did become sort of “distant” friends with Heather, Ivy, and her science lab partner, David Petrakis. With all the drama, sadness, and conflict involved in Melinda’s life, she still seems to manage and finish the school year without ... ... middle of paper ... ... emotional and mental growth from what happened to her through her artwork. Like Melinda had said in the book, she had gone through different phases in her art pictures from ones with dead, leafless trees to trees with cubism and beautiful leaves and branches.