Hello, Seet Seeties! I hope you are all doing just great. This week I am having a special post, featuring my opinion of bullies. My blog is about sweet people and sweet things, but the opposite of a sweet person is a bully. No one needs to have a bully around -- the world simply needs more sweet people and fewer mean people. A bully is a mean person. A bully is someone who yells at you and maybe pushes you and shoves you around, either physically or with his or her words. Also, bullies rarely pick on someone their own size, since if they did, they would lose, and bullies only like to feel like they won. Notice I said "feel like" they won -- because they never do actually win, hope you know. They don't win because you can't "win" by putting someone down or making them feel bad, plus no one gets friends that way. Mostly you see bullies talked about with kids and stuff, but it turns out they make them in adult sizes, too. That's really too bad, since it seems like people should get to grow out of horrible things.
So then you have to wonder what to do about bullies who bother you. (Or me). Like, for example, do you shove them back if they shove you? If they scream at you, do you scream back? Or should you keep your mouth shut, walk away, and "take the high road" (which by the way no one knows where that road is anyways, but adults really like to talk about it). Hope you know it's really tough when you have to be in the same space with this nimrod for a long period of time. I simply don't know what to do. Then even worse is that sometimes if you complain about these people, the people you're complaining to think you should be able to handle it and stuff. Like, "Don't pay any attention to them," or "Just ignore them," or "Don't be such a baby." That's really tough, and none of those "suggestions" work.
So, I'm really hoping hard-core that there are some really smart people reading my blog this week -- even smarter than me -- because I'd like to know what you think I should do about this. (Not that I'm having this problem, but if I were, what I should do about it. Not that it's bad if I were having this problem). Please -- what do you think?
I hope you all have a great sweet week, with no bullies in sight! Next week I'll talk about sweet things again, not anti-sweet things!