The drama that occurs in middle school and high school, is usually blamed on the girls. Many girls will adamantly state that this is not true. While a lot of the drama does come from the girls, the boys are not exempt. This stereotype is, though I hate to admit it, frankly, mostly true, but like I said, the boys are involved. One of my past teachers once told me that if boys have a disagreement they will simply get in a fight. This is not the best course of action to take, even if it does simplify things quite a bit. The best course of action to take, in my book, is to confront the person directly and sort it out. but while I did say it is the best course of action to take, I did not say it always works. When confronted the person has three main options.

1: tell the truth

2: blame someone else

3: deny the whole thing

You may wonder how someone could possibly deny the whole thing but believe it or not, sometimes bullying isn’t that obvious. It could 6e a look, a whisper, sudden silence when you walk into a room. The bully’s intention is to make you feel isolated and alone. The more you feel that way, the less of a threat you are. The bully says and does things but the are not obvious, so if you told a teacher, the bully could just deny it.

The best you can do in middle school is get one or two friends you can really trust and stumble through each day.

Only subscribers are eligible to post comments. Please subscribe or to participate in the conversation. Here’s why.

Use the form below to reset your password. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.