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Hi! SakuraDragonfly new and improved!!! Like I would do, show him who's boss!!
on October 23
Thanks for your guys comments so far. Especially tylnapp, thanks for the advice. That person is not in my school now, for I am in high school now. Although he is still not there, I hear stupid comments about other people. Those comments reminding me about that time, and I stand up for most of those people. I doesn't really affect me now, but I still hear that name. It's worth my time to read thoughtful comments, thank you. Would like to have more people answer my questions though.
on October 14
Size, shape, and height do not matter. You can be the smallest wolf in the world, and still take down an elephant. I do not know how to help with the constant harassment you seem to have obtained from your classmates...it is horrid what some can do...but I have been on both sides of that story. Mostly on the same side as you. Your friend took things too far, they may not have considered you friends sadly...maybe they did at one point...but wolves can turn on each other for various See More▼ reasons. One thing you could do is try to ignore the name calling, putting in headphones if you can, to "drown out the world for a little while" as some say. If it truly becomes a problem...the teacher is also an available option. They are meant to be there to help you...though I know that is not always the case...I do hope that you get into a better situation. Most of what you are talking about for middle school is, normal, but not exactly acceptable. It is to do with who people take sides with....but that is all I can provide for this issue...I am dearly sorry for writing such a long paragraph, if it did not help, made things worse, or was rubbish...
on October 14
You know, you should have showed how tough you can be! We may be small, but we are pretty tough!
on October 13