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Bobbii Hach-Jacobs, entrepreneur, song promoter, owner and CEO of Live In The Vineyard and Yountville Live (festivals of music, booze and food) shares a really exposed and critical story: “When we was 12 years aged we was bullied, choked, strangled and thrown in a showers during gym class. we didn’t tell anybody. we was solidified in myself. we didn’t know because my friends didn’t mount adult for me. This went on for dual years. we lived in a center of nowhere and a closest propagandize was 35 miles divided so we didn’t consider transferring to another propagandize was an option. Then one day we was articulate to my relatives and a “hate note” fell out of my notebook, my mom grabbed it, review it and starting great and wanted to know because we didn’t tell them sooner. we told her, ‘They threatened to kill my family if we told you.’” That’s when her relatives changed her to that other school, where she thrived. “I appreciate God we finished adult being OK. It made me and now we can assistance others.” This is a story we need to hear—including how this happens in homes with loving, benefaction parents.
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