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  1. cctechm777 says:

    I agree, when I attended school many, many years ago, I was bullied and abused by men teachers in 4th, 5th, and in 7th grade. I only experienced one teacher who never picked nor embarrassed me in front of the class in my 6th year. It was the only time that my grades reflected a positive reflection of the kindness this teacher Mr. Peter’s extended to me.
    Due to all the bullying in school up to my 11th year, and the abuses I suffered at home, I hated school and never did finish or graduate from High School. At one time I was so depressed and lonely from it all I tried taking my life with rat poison in my 14th year. Thank God I did not go all the way, and my brother called police.
    And this bullying tradition continues today, even with the elected officials they do not care though their words say otherwise, ACTION proves they are serious, and in most cases that is NOT carried out.
    I am just glad I’ve never married, nor had children, there is no future for them in the present days in which we live.

    Bless you for speaking the truth…..
    By God’s Grace I am a survivor in more ways than anyone can count!

    Thank you……..

    • cheriewhite says:

      You’re so welcome! I’m so sorry you were bullied by teachers and continue to be bullied today. Know that you have a friend. I read your post and it brought tears to my eyes. I was bullied and abused by teachers too and it was soul crushing because you would think that adults would be there to protect a child. Sadly, we do have leaders who are corrupt and make empty promises. They’re only out for the money and power they can get and it looks like they may be brought down sooner or later because too many people are noticing. Thank you so much for opening up to me. I’m sending loving thoughts and heartfelt prayers! <3

      • cctechm777 says:

        It’s in revealing the truth, that we and other’s can be set free. If they only desire to face the truth. My mother was always in denial, she hated to face the realities of what she suffered along with how she caused other’s to suffer at her hand. She passed away alone last September.
        With her passing I was set free from the toxic emotional connection, and the Lord started deeper healing, which I knew would come upon that passing. For I still tried to honor her as the Lord desired me too. But only at His leading.
        Her passing was a blessing for me in so many ways, I can not tell you. However there was no mourning at this loss, she has passed without mercy, she now realizes the truth, and with whom she served.
        She was into witchcraft all her life…….as I read today from Psalm 107: 1 & 2 “Psa 107:1 O give thanks unto the LORD, for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.
        Psa 107:2 Let the redeemed of the LORD say so, whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy;
        I am grateful beyond measure for ALL He has done for me, for though my parents forsook me, HE took me up, and took their place.

        The Lord bless you abundantly!
        In His Love……

        • cheriewhite says:

          I’m so sorry that you were denied that relationship between mother and child. I can only imagine how soul crushing it has been for you. However, I’m glad that you found The Lord and are now getting the peace you so richly deserve. In our Lord, Jesus, there is peace that surpasses all understanding and I’m so glad you found it. ❤

          • cctechm777 says:

            Thank you! Yes I was denied, however the Lord knew all that, and he saved a poor unworthy wretch like me, to reveal His Glory and His Salvation!
            Yes, I am at Peace and the Lord is My All in All!
            Now, I will read your next posting soon!
            Take care, and talk later!
            In His Love

  2. Time Traveler of Life says:

    Bullying has gone on forever. Here is something to curdle your blood! My first day of school (don’t remember if it was kindergarten or not) but a little girl sitting in front of me pee’ed her pants. The teacher took her down front, and pulled her pants down and paddled her ass. She didn’t just pat her once or twice, she paddled it real good. I am sure she wasn’t one of THE kids, and I knew damn well I wasn’t either! When I was in grade school the kids favorite thing to sing at me (because I had buck teeth) “Buck teeth Jones, she rattles her bones!” I am not too scarred, I learned to laugh with them, it took all the fire out of them.

    • cheriewhite says:

      Wow! That must’ve been a long time ago because what that teacher did wouldn’t fly today. And I admire you for taking the fire out of them. That does work sometimes.

  3. Time Traveler of Life says:

    Cheris, I am 81 in a few days, and that picture is as clear to me today as it was when I was 5. Not horrified but still feel for the little girl for the humiliation she must have felt. If it had been me, my mother would have been in her face.

    • cheriewhite says:

      Oops! I mean to add this: When we’re adults, we must nurtured that child in us who’s still hurting. Know that what your bullies did to you wasn’t your fault and there was nothing wrong with you. There was something wrong with them.

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