Kids getting bullied in school is common and the parents have to make them understand to self-love. Parents, try not to be rational and avoid that this is just a silly thing and a matter of time. These might affect your kids and chances are high that it may lead to the wrong direction.
Here’s a story shared by Briseyda about her 8-year-old cousin who asked her whether she could go on a run with her. When was the girl questioned why she wanted to run? Her answer was her whole class and her crush Hector called her fat. The hilarious part here is when the girl got tired she took a snack and started eating.
The girls in her class & her crush Hector called her fat so she told me to take her on my run ? but mid run she pulls out a snack ? pic.twitter.com/S94Egx15jG
— Briseyda (@briseydahh) March 23, 2017
When the tweet was on, Twitterati showered love for this 8-year-old girl and shared that she looks more beautiful the way she is.
Tweets and Replies
1. Snacking Makes Me Happy
@briseydahh You tell that lil one to keep on snackin if it makes her happy! Hector can rot!
— satu (@satuwilhelmiina) March 24, 2017
2. You’re Beautiful The Way You Are
@briseydahh Yeah fuck that nigga Hector! She beautiful the way she is.?
— chill (@ItsJustJoe98) March 24, 2017
3. Hector Is Just Blind
@briseydahh and please tell her, she's beautiful just the way she is. Hector's standard may just be blind or whatevu
— Brian Cedric (@_yourstrolly) March 25, 2017
4. From Where Did That Snack Come From?
@briseydahh my daughter and I are wondering where the rice krisipe treat was stashed? ??
— Basement Dweller ♎️ (@AnnaHernandez69) March 27, 2017
5. Mockers Are Losers
@briseydahh sounds like her friends are losers. She's beautiful and it's not a snack unless it has chocolate. ???
— crazeed (@jujueve2004) March 25, 2017
7. Hector, You Better Hide
— check pinned (@tweetingmongeau) March 25, 2017
Hector and others are still around 8 or 9 years old and still in the stage where they do not understand by bullying this little girl what would affect her mind.
Adults are the one who has to make them understand. But, if adults are the one who is responsible for the kids to behave this way; please get some counselling for yourself.