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Mrs.Barnes, Franklin ounty Virgina 24092
Ms adams, Virgina high, California, AL, W7uj!
Mrs adams forehead is bigger than Santas toy bag when he gives gifts
Mrs Donavan, Franklin Elementary, vincennes, IN, 47591
She made me cry every day and every night. This was also the only year I got fs on each grading period. She also threw my friends coat into the trash in front of her and called it a accident. She also yelled and kicked my friend out of her class because her eye was twitching. She would also very loudly announce people's grades.
Mrs queen, Franklin county, Medville, MS
She is a complete but hole and does not quit talking even eats right in front of us
Mrs.Adams, Oak street elementary school, Franklin, MA
Mrs adams is a inspiring thoughtful woman. She encourages each and everyone of her students to do there best!! MRS ADAMS ROCKS!!!!
Hey, kid. What you wrote really was disrespectful, but I'm willing to forgive you b/c you wrote it after your sophomore year of high school and have genuinely apologized.
Mrs. Anne Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)
So why don't you do something about it. end it.
Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School, Pittsford, NY
Go hide in a cold corner you snowflake pos
Mrs Hendley Redhill School, junction road dy81jx
Best lessons ever in French ❤️ her
ms.mcgarrity, is187, new york, NY
I must admit that you have a point. Being "oversensitive" is not a real state of being. Some are naturally more sensitive; others are naturally less sensitive, and no one's sensitivity level inherently makes them a better or worse person. That's why, in my opinion, "oversensitive" and "undersensitive" are not true traits. Do you know what does determine someone's morality though? How they *react* to others. When someone accuses a person of being oversensitive, they sometimes are getting at a very genuine problem: a person behaving irrationally. Namely, they usually mean that the "oversensitive" person complains about minutia rather than prioritizing more important issues--or that the person is simply being unfair in their criticism. I hate to tell you, but based on your rampant reviewing of Ms. McGarrity, it seems you take out quite a bit of anger on her for unfair reasons such as her giving you bad grades or her weight. That said, I do not like that she called you oversensitive because like I explained, there is no such thing as being "too sensitive." You probably will not be able to stop being sensitive, which--unlike Mrs. McGarrity would like to believe--is totally okay! :) However, you can change how you respond to negative influences in your life...including Ms. McGarrity. You can stop incessantly going on about people's perceived flaws, and you know what? People will probably take your criticism more seriously. When you write a logical review about Ms. McGarrity's unfairness, a review that doesn't shame her for her weight or how it must be her fault you got a bad grade--you will start to have real influence over people. If Ms. McGarrity really is a bully and incapable of teaching, your school's administrators may see your terrible-but-legitimate review and think, "Wow, we don't want her around our kids anymore. Let's fire her." So please try to use more logic--or risk continuing to make yourself look like a weak, entitled kid.