Theory Of Stuff
There is something out there for everyone. This may not be a scientifically proven fact, but I believe it. I love all things science, and it is one of the most important relationships I have in my life. I hope to win a lot of awards and recognition this year in all things science. Besides my love for science, I value the relationships I have with my family and friends. Both these relationships and my relationship with science are rooted in the same thing-truth.
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Often, when we hear about bullying, we immediately feel bad for the kid getting bullied; sometimes we even ask “why didn’t he just stand up for himself?” But, what happens when the kid getting bullied finally sticks up for himself and fights back?
There are people in this world who are a little on the plus size. But, what does that mean? They may wear bigger clothes, they may eat more, they may not exercise as much, and there may be a whole lot more about them that is the reason for them being big. But none of these things make them any less of a person.
I want to talk about teachers bullying students. A recent occurrence in one of my classes has me thinking how teachers need to watch what they say and how they interact with students. It’s a fine line between being a buddy and a bully.
Sometimes we say “No” in a serious manner. Other times, we say “No” with a smile and in a joking way. I think this wide range of ways to say “No” leads to a lot of assumptions, often misleading.
When I think about a classic love song I think back to my childhood and to the Disney movie “Aladdin.” The song: “A Whole New World.” Yes, even kids movies can tells us some great things about love.
True happiness does not come with a price. This is the principle I go by when planning a date. And so, the date I am about to share only takes ten dollars, confidence and great weather (actually, it could be snowing too) to be a one in a million, memorable date.
This year’s Oscars nominations were recently released. Notice anything? Yup, not a lot of diversity in the major categories.
Pink’s new video for the song “F**kin Perfect” shows a troubled girl with a troubled childhood. While the video has been criticized for being too graphic, what happens to this girl in the video: the bullying, depression and thoughts of suicide, is happening to plenty of young people in real life and we need to talk about it.
Gossip- its a negative part of our daily teenage lives that threatens our physical and mental health. But, can it be avoided? New research suggests it can.