I am considering filing a complaint with the university for a peer who verbally attacked me.
Most Helpful Guy
When I was your age, there were bullies, just like now. They used to gang up, and attack me on the way home from school. My parents were pacifists, but I had an uncle that taught me to defend myself.
A couple times they tried, and got a good piece of me, but after I learned to take care of myself, and Kicked a few of their A$$es a few times, they left me alone.
It's the Natural Order of things!! The Strong prey on the weak. The only solution is defending yourself, and showing them that you are too much trouble to fck with!!
Sending a 'complaint' is the norm, today, but most HR departments are incompetent idiots!!
Words can only hurt you, if you choose to listen, and believe them!! Think about WHO is saying this sht, to you, and then just decide if it is worth hearing!!
Don't give away your self-esteem, and self-respect to some fool talking SHT!! The people that know you, and trust you, know, and they won't believe lies told by fools!!
If someone grabs you, or touches you, inappropriately, well, that's a reason to file a complaint!!
If they just say things to you, just laugh, and ignore them!! Don't CHOOSE to let their words hurt you!! Be the BETTER Person, and just laugh at those idiots!!0
Most Helpful Girl
It is a form of abuse to be verbally attacked.
The definition of harrassment is aggressive behavior or intimidation. The legal definition, however, is systematic and/or continued unwanted behavior. Essentially, lwgally it has to be a repeat offense. But I would file the complaint as it is unacceptable behavior even if not legally "harrassment". I had a driver verbally abuse me at drive through (got out of his car, screamed at me, thumped my mirror) and I was actually in the right (according to road rules). I got his plates and called the police and even though it was a once of they looked him up, called him, and told him that kind of behavior isn't welcome on the road.0