In middle school my sister and I befriend a sweet young man in middle school who had down syndrome. Every month we had a school dance. He would dress sharp but usually sat in a corner. My sister and I made an automatic connection. We dragged him out on the dance floor. Had a blast. Later I saw him and his mother at a Harley rally for charity. She was so appreciative with MythBusters I reject your reality and substitute my own sunset shirt. But we didnt know why . My mother raised us right. When you see someone struggle befriend them not for acalades or to make yourself feel good. But because he was a person just like me and deserved the same respect and dignity.
MythBusters I reject your reality and substitute my own sunset shirt, ladies shirt, hoodie and sweater
It’s a good gesture but I bet she doesn’t need the chocolates. she was being bullied more unlikely because she’s overweight and your gift to her is to give her something that will make her more overweight? Kids are going to school to learn and gifts like this have nothing to do with education. MythBusters I reject your reality and substitute my own sunset shirt like this should be for after school or delivered to the person at home or off campus. In a way this is a form of silent bullying as the giver does not think what this will do to a student who gets nothing.
MythBusters I reject your reality and substitute my own sunset shirt, guys shirt and longsleeve
There are parents who raise their children the right way, what an awesome young man. God bless this family and hope that young girl is ok and that she can see that there are good people surrounding her. God bless her also.I was relentlessly teased and harrassed in high school. I used to come home crying off the bus it then I turned 16. I bought my first MythBusters I reject your reality and substitute my own sunset shirt. It limited my time in school bc I’d ditch or come in late. As a result I had non stop detentions and got into trouble alot. Still didn’t stop the jerks from getting to me. Im 34 now and still sometimes words that were said to me pop into my head. Wish I had some like this.