We’d love to think that bullying isn’t a thing, but sadly, that’s just not the case – especially for those in middle school. Fortunately, there are people such as 12-year-old Brenden Santos who is using his prior experiences with bullying to relate to others going through the struggle. The Raleigh 7th grader has now written three books and has designed wristbands to help remind others that it’s not ok to use harsh words and physical actions against others just because. You go, Brenden. At 12-years-old, we were probably still trying to figure out which Hollister polo best matched our jean skirts and cargo shorts.
By: The Point Staff
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