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IN People ON 06 Jul, 2016
15-year-old Hannah Comb was hanging out with some of her friends after school. One day when a bully came and poured super glue all over her scalp and hair. She began to feel a terrible burning sensation after it was poured and she was immediately taken to the emergency room. At the ER, she was diagnosed with first-degree chemical burns on her scalp and the bully just got away with suspension from school.
Keep reading to find out what Hannah and her family did after the bullying incident.
Many kids face physical and emotional torture due to some misbehaving bullies in their school.
He is wondering why was the bully let go so leniently and why wasn't the police involved in this matter.
On the other hand, Hannah is handling the matter very maturely, and she has used this terrible incident as a learning experience for herself.
She really loved her hair, and she felt greatly sad when she had to cut it off for no reason.
Hannah says that she's getting many supporters on that page. She has realized that the people she's connected to on the page have also suffered from bullies, and they're still trying to move on from the emotional trauma.
No one deserves to be bullied. Some people are so traumatized that they don't have a voice against bullying anymore. That's where Hannah thinks she should step up and help these people.
Her bullying incident really moved Hannah's hair stylist, and she decided to help Hannah out without charging for anything. She had to shave her head on one side, but she made the best out of a bad situation.
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