Pintadas en todo Donostia, que proliferan en puntos estratégicos de la ciudad, creando una inadmisible agresión visual sin que el Ayuntamiento haga nada por evitarlo, ni perseguirlo, ni tan siquiera...Now, the headmistress of the school where Kate spent just two terms before her parents moved her to exclusive Marlborough College, has told how the shy, sporty teenager may have been affected by the teasing inflicted by Miss Cameron, who is now retired and lives in a pretty hamlet near Dorchester, Dorset, says: ‘If Kate had been really badly bullied I don’t think she would be the girl she is today. 'Certainly I have no knowledge of any serious bullying at all. It’s all part of the normal competition of growing up, of establishing a pecking order.
You pick up a lacrosse stick and think you’re good at games, then someone says to you, “That’s not how you pick up a lacrosse stick,” and you feel rather squashed. 'It may be that because Kate didn’t settle, some of the pupils took that as implicit criticism or rejection of them and in return innocently mocked her about not being happy and wanting to go home instead.
‘I don’t know one way or the other – I am just making an informed guess.
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But there’s what everyone calls bullying, and there’s actual real, miserable bullying where someone has a dreadful time. Girls are cliquey by nature and they can be rather cruel.
If you’re attractive, too, that can be seen as rather a threat.
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‘The term “bullying” these days can be used to include a situation when someone isn’t accepted or doesn’t feel accepted.