He had been suffering from a medical defect since birth, one so severe, the poor boy had to undergo 26 surgeries by the time he was 10.
Life is hard when you are a kid. As adults, we can look back wistfully and want to return back to a life that seemed so much easier and simpler.
And in some ways, it is – but at the same time, learning how to deal with people around you and understanding how to handle yourself can be hard.
Not that it has gotten easier over the years, but at least as an adult you have learned. As a child, you had nothing to refer to.
Which is why bullying is so difficult for children. There isn’t really that many places you can go, so your peers become your whole world.
And if your whole world is against you at every turn, just how do you keep pushing forward?
No wonder there are so many anti-bullying campaigns for children.
Sadly, as many parents can tell you, they aren’t exactly the most effective.
The results, unfortunately, are horrific.
Seven Bridges, a 10-year-old Kentucky boy, was recently found dead in his family home – a heartbreaking sight for his mother, Tami Charles, when she came back home.
According to Charles, who had been out grocery shopping that fateful Saturday morning, Seven had been undergoing severe bullying from the kids in Kerrick Elementary School.
Why exactly were they picking on him?
Seven had been suffering from a medical defect since birth, one so severe, the poor boy had to undergo 26 surgeries by the time he was 10.
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