I was born on January the 29th
in 1991. I geographically was born in the city of Iraq, which is called Mosul.
Mosul is characterized that it has the nice views and weather. Many of people
come from different countries to for tourists. When we think of Mosul, we think
of the heaven. Living in Mosul is like living in haven because of the beauty of
this place. The food there is delicious and the weather there makes people want
to eat. People there are socially with everyone. No racism exists in this city.
It considered as a city of Iraq after Bagdad. Bagdad is the capital of Iraq, and
Mosul is the city of Iraq. I grow up in a non-traditional family because my parents
give me the free-will whether to follow the rule of my tradition or not. However,
the most rule that I have to follow is following the rule of church. I love
following the rule of church because I love going to church. Being in Church, I
feel comfortable. My parents are from different sex. It is preheated to get married
from same sex.  My parents were born in Mosul
too.  My parents racial and ethnic are Chaldean.
My parents live in Iraq. They don’t have a job. I have circumstances of my
birth is that when I was born, my uncle died. The number of siblings I grew up with,
are four. We are three girls and one boy. I am the youngest child. I have step
parents who live here in America.  I
spend the Christmas and the free time with them. I begin life with my parents.
The fate was to migrate and leave them. I don’t know if I will see them before I
die. It is hard to bring them here.

I remember the messages that I was given
by the people in my immediate family about your abilities that I can make
people love me easily. My challenges are the classes and get a good grade to
keep my GPA not less than 3.5. My appearance is the picture of my heart. People
always told me that I am good-hearted and loyal.  The messages which I  receive from my  extended family, who are my grandparents, aunts,
uncles, cousins, step brother or sisters is that I am loyal and what characterized
me is the good-hearted.  These spoken
make me confident of myself, so this is how they impact me.  They impact me 
today because they are worth. I get similar messages now (as a grown-up) from my relatives.  I don’t talk with my family members about the
messages or comments they have made to me because once I know that whatever if their
comment is negative or positive, they still are like the advisees for
me. My family provides the support to me. The result of this exchange most of
the time will be great.  Has your
interaction with this person never changed since the discussion because my family
wants the best and maybe more than just the best for me.  

I would recall it as disrespectful about
my personal experiences related to how I  treated by others in community because people
in my community are racist toward males. The stereotypes do exist in my
community. In school in Iraq, there was discrimination against Christians. I
was treated unfair because of my religious organization. there was  social/societal group that I was  part of where I  did not feel socially is in my country, Iraq,
I didn’t have the right to practice my religion or even to go to church. I emotionally
felt bad because if I don’t go to church I don’t feel comfortable. I physically
didn’t feel safe or accepted for who I am because of my gender and religion.  I deal with these normally, but it was very
hard to pretend being normal. the messages I  received as a child affected me  in my  life choices of looking on good things and
becoming socially with others, these create from my own personality as a  personal development. I experience
mistreatment in school because of my religion.  Honestly, I don’t face bullying in school
based on my appearance, my characteristics. However, I faced bullying based on
who I am are in terms of racial and ethnic because I am Christian, but not
because of my cultural identity, my abilities, or my  gender. I discuss the mistreatment with my
family, but  they couldn’t do anything,
so the  result were nothing. I notice
others being bullied in school, but I don’t know the reason this person was
targeted by bullies. I want to solve the problems of people being bullied. I
don’t hear someone stand up to a bully

All in All, as a teacher, my personal
experiences changed the way you view mistreatment or bullying in my classroom
or a child’s school is to take it seriously, I would discuss these kind the
problems with the children. I don’t feel confident that I have the skills to
intervene when you I   someone being mistreated, made fun of for who
they are, or bullied because I don’t have enough experience to deal with these situations.
I need to gain more information from CDs classes.  The one feeling came up for me while writing
this paper is thinking of how to deal with children who have been bullied. It
would be great idea to focus on how to help children with disabilities.

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