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Bullying: The Power of Words

Xhyliyah Grice and Malika Smith

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“Where do you shop at, Son? You ugly!” yelled one outrageous kid.
“You yo daddy son!” the other kid yelled back.
Rude remarks can lead to teens feeling depressed, not sleeping, and staying to themselves. There’s only so much a person can take. Words are very powerful, especially when you are already going through a lot in life. The statistics on bullying are very alarming.

Bullying is stupid. People can control how they handle things and what they verbally say to other people. Everyone is different in their own way no matter who does or doesn’t like them. Someone needs to put an end to bullying. It’s very uncalled for.

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