How I Changed for the Better

October 12, 2011
By Gabrielle Tolchinsky GOLD, New York, New York
Gabrielle Tolchinsky GOLD, New York, New York
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Jonathan Dow really got me thinking in his piece, "How I Changed for the Better." Bullying is a tough topic, but we usually only see it through the victim's eyes. This time, we got to see it through a bully's. Jonathan listened to Mr. Halligan's story of his son. Then, he told his own story.
Bullying should not be overlooked by anyone, yet is so often is. Jonathan's article was true, everything about it. He didn't shy away from anything and spoke his mind when saying "If you are reading this and thinking to yourself that you have never done anything to put another person down, i don't believe you." Jonathan doesn't try to make himself out as innocent. He admits to what he's done and tells us we aren't all that innocent ourselves. We're all a part of the bullying, whether we like it or not.


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