We have always seen a student or been the one in the classroom who was slow at catching up. But was not spared by any teacher even for once. And not only the teachers, the other students, other parents and probably everybody looked down upon us. But you know what people? Everybody has their day to shine. And then you know how wrong each one of you has been for calling the poor soul stupid and give them names, mocking them every time they can’t understand or give the correct answers. And the story of this girl who brilliantly shut down everyone who ever doubted her is the best thing ever!
This Australian girl brilliantly shut down bullies and every other person who doubted her capabilities and called her stupid!
Phoebe, an Australian girl, was chased down for being slow at learning by her teachers and classmates. But nobody bothered to know her inside story. And with everybody constantly riding to bring you down can be exhausting. But Phoebe didn’t give up, she fought her way, and with her hard work and patience, she has achieved what she wanted to.
She was shamed for being “too stupid” and being diagnosed with Dyslexia (a reading disorder), Dyscalculia (a difficulty in understanding numbers), dysgraphia (a deficiency in the ability to write), and ADHD (problems paying attention). But despite knowing what she was going through everybody made fun of her bullied her, even the teachers.
But finally, with her persistent hard work, she doesn’t have to feel nervous and ashamed. Her results speak volumes for her! She has conveyed her message and has addressed everybody who was responsible for her success especially her classmates and the teachers in her post!
Because they are the ones who build up your confidence, right?
You were just teaching her, weren’t you?
Of course, you only want what’s best for your child right?
Ah, the encouragement!
Everybody listen up!
The perfect student!
The actual dedication for those who really cared.
People were quick to respond and congratulate her on her achievement because apparently, this problem is the most common one, They celebrated her success with her and congratulated her on this achievement.