In Jonathan Dow's article, How I Changed for the Better, he describes his transformation from someone who teases and humiliates others, into someone who realizes his mistakes. The article is a great awareness piece for the effects of bullying, and it is comforting to know that the author changed to be a better person. In my health class, we have a bullying presentation every thursday, and the information we find out in it is startling. Not only does half the class admit to being a bully themselves, they also admit to having parents that were bullies when they were kids. Some where even indirectly influenced from their parents to be who they are today. Bullying has been going on for way to long, and it needs to stop. Hopefully, in the near future, these kids will also change for the better.