We found a true story on the internet not long ago that everyone needs to hear about respect.
A mother of a teenage girl who works hard as an ER nurse was called to her daughter’s school for a shocking reason: her daughter had hit another student.
The mom dashed to the school, ready to punish her daughter for acting badly.
After seeing her daughter and hearing her side of the story, this mom bear quickly changed her mind. Read the story below.
I work as a nurse in the emergency room. You can’t carry your phone around with you; you have to use your safe. A call comes into the hospital’s front desk on a line just for me.
“Hello, this is (teacher) from (school)” There was an incident involving your daughter. Please come in.”
Me: “Is she hurt or sick?” Could it wait until the end of my shift in two hours?”
“Your daughter hit another student,” the teacher said. “We’ve been calling you for 45 minutes now. It’s really a big deal.”
When I arrive at school, I’m taken to the principal’s office. There is a boy with blood on his nose and face, along with his parents. I also see a male teacher, a female counselor, the director, and my daughter.
“How kind of you to FINALLY join us!”
“Yeah, the ER gets busy. I just finished giving over 40 stitches to a seven-year-old boy whose mother beat him with a metal ladle. After that, I had to deal with the cops about the situation. I’m sorry for the trouble.”
He tells me what happened after I’ve seen him try not to look embarrassed. My daughter hit the boy in the face twice after he grabbed her bra. Their anger seemed to be aimed more at my daughter than at the boy.
Me: “Oh. How about if I file a police report against him for s* assaulting my daughter and the school for letting him do it?”
When I say s***** attack, they all get nervous and start talking at the same time.
“I don’t think it was that bad,” the teacher said.
“Let’s not overreact,” the counselor said.
Principal: “I don’t see what you’re getting at.”
The boy’s mom then starts to cry. My daughter is the one I ask what went wrong.
“He kept poked my bra,” my daughter said. He wouldn’t stop, so I told the teacher. He told me not to worry about it. Boy did it again and took off my bra, so I hit him. He stopped after that.”
I look at the teacher.
“Did you let him do that?” Why did you not stop him? Let me touch the front of your pants if you come over here.”
“What? No!” said the teacher.
I asked, “Does that seem wrong to you?” Go put on Mrs. (Counselor)’s bra right now. Check out how much fun it is for her. Or on that boy’s mom’s bra. Or mine. You think it’s fun because they’re kids?”
Principal: “Mrs. (my name). With all due respect, (daughter) still beat another child.”
Me: “No. She fought back when another student tried to s******* assault her. He’s a foot taller and twice as heavy as she is. How many times should she to have let him touch her? Someone in the classroom was there to keep her safe and assist her. What should she have done if that person wasn’t there? He pulled on her bra so hard that it came off.
The boy’s dad looks angry and ashamed, and his mom is still crying. The teacher isn’t looking at me. I look at the teacher in charge.
“I’m taking her home,” I said. The boy seems to have learned his lesson. I also hope that this doesn’t happen to any other girl at this school or to my daughter again.
I got mad enough to get my daughter’s things and leave. I told the supervisor about it, and he told me it would be taken very seriously.
This story shows that a mother will do anything to protect her child. It’s also a strong warning that being disrespected is never okay.
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This story should remind you to be kind to others and always do what’s right, even if it means protecting those who can’t protect themselves.
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