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Father Finds Out Daughter Is Bullying Girl for Her Looks, So He Befriends Victim

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Father Finds Out Daughter Is Bullying Girl for Her Looks, So He Befriends Victim

A father’s reaction to learning that his daughter was a bully was shocking.

In a unique way, he became a friend to the victim and encouraged her to persevere in the face of adversity.

In 2017, a father from South Carolina taught his daughter a crucial life lesson.

The parent made an admirable decision to step in when he saw his daughter bullying a fellow student.

He treated the victimized teen to a day of retail therapy.

When it came time to pay for Ryan Reese’s funeral, he utilized the money he had set up for his daughter. She was able to get her hair done thanks to these funds.

That Experience Taught Her a Valuable Lesson

Randy Smalls, the father, said that he had been bullied when he was a kid.

Randy wanted his daughter, Re’Onna, to recognize that her behavior was inappropriate and hurtful.

She claimed to have learned a valuable lesson while accompanying her victim on a shopping spree.

If his daughter laughed along with the group that was making fun of Ryan, Randy said, she was “co-signing the bullying.”

Randy said: “My daughter was upset, especially because she is into fashion. So she came with us and helped pick out Ryan’s new clothes.” The shopping spree and show of affection were not one-off occurrences.

The Young Girl Was Depressed

Even after they broke up, Randy continued to provide Ryan with sartorial assistance and regular transportation to the salon.

After the passing of her grandfather, father, and aunt, Richauna disclosed that her daughter had also been struggling.

This, in addition to the bullying, drove her into a deep funk. Randy’s kindness helped rebuild her confidence and gave her a new vigor to confront the people at her school.

If you’re a parent who’s had to deal with their child being bullied, Randy has some advice for you. What he said was:

“We have to take responsibility for what our children do. When situations like this happen, we have to take action and be the parent and not the friend.”

Ryan and Re’Onna are “cool now,” Ryan’s mother claims.

Sadly, bullying is commonplace in schools, and it often has a negative emotional impact on the victims. One caring father is helping Ryan’s wounds heal.

Re’Onna has learned from her past mistakes not to be so cruel to others because you never know what someone else is going through.

Re’Onna will now step in to defend Ryan if she ever witnesses any bullying on campus.

Ryan is grateful that things have gotten much better, despite her original optimism that everything would go back to normal after Re’Onna’s dad had dealt with it.

Even Ryan’s father extended an invitation to the annual Valentine’s Day father-daughter dance at their school.

Given New Dresses

Both Re’Onna and Ryan were given beautiful new dresses.A pleasant surprise was in store for the two girls when Steve Harvey’s crew called a Myrtle Beach clothes store.

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Ryan has made considerable progress since her bullying days. In the new gown, she felt both like a queen and like herself, she claimed.

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