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From Victim to Victor: A Survivor's True Story of Her Experiences with School Bullying. How She Overcame, Won Back Her Confidence and Found Peace and Happiness

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Cherie White shares her own story of what were the worst six years of her life, during which she was relentlessly bullied after moving to a small Tennessee town. She describes the heartache, loneliness and despair she felt as a victim of school bullying and how her cries for help went ignored. She is brutally honest about how she viewed her bullies and the bystanders who w Cherie White shares her own story of what were the worst six years of her life, during which she was relentlessly bullied after moving to a small Tennessee town. She describes the heartache, loneliness and despair she felt as a victim of school bullying and how her cries for help went ignored. She is brutally honest about how she viewed her bullies and the bystanders who watched but did nothing to help. She is also candid about how she too became a bully and the torment she inflicted on her own victims, whom she herself viewed as inferior, as a means to preserve what little self-esteem she had left and feel better about herself. Finally, she tells of how she was able to escape her tormentors by changing schools, make several new friends out of her new classmates, and go from victim to victor! "From Victim to Victor" is a story of survival, trial, heartache, self-discovery, reflection, growth and the eventual escape and triumph.


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Cherie White shares her own story of what were the worst six years of her life, during which she was relentlessly bullied after moving to a small Tennessee town. She describes the heartache, loneliness and despair she felt as a victim of school bullying and how her cries for help went ignored. She is brutally honest about how she viewed her bullies and the bystanders who w Cherie White shares her own story of what were the worst six years of her life, during which she was relentlessly bullied after moving to a small Tennessee town. She describes the heartache, loneliness and despair she felt as a victim of school bullying and how her cries for help went ignored. She is brutally honest about how she viewed her bullies and the bystanders who watched but did nothing to help. She is also candid about how she too became a bully and the torment she inflicted on her own victims, whom she herself viewed as inferior, as a means to preserve what little self-esteem she had left and feel better about herself. Finally, she tells of how she was able to escape her tormentors by changing schools, make several new friends out of her new classmates, and go from victim to victor! "From Victim to Victor" is a story of survival, trial, heartache, self-discovery, reflection, growth and the eventual escape and triumph.

38 review for From Victim to Victor: A Survivor's True Story of Her Experiences with School Bullying. How She Overcame, Won Back Her Confidence and Found Peace and Happiness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Juanita

    Anyone who has ever been bullied or has witnessed bullying owe it to themselves to read this book. The author, a woman by the name of Cherie White has written a book that should really tug at your heart. In the story, she chronicles the relentless and cowardly bullying she endured. The story will make you cry but also will make you angry at what some people go through. Even sadder is the fact that many of the bullies seem to justify their behavior. No one should ever be bullied ever. The lack of Anyone who has ever been bullied or has witnessed bullying owe it to themselves to read this book. The author, a woman by the name of Cherie White has written a book that should really tug at your heart. In the story, she chronicles the relentless and cowardly bullying she endured. The story will make you cry but also will make you angry at what some people go through. Even sadder is the fact that many of the bullies seem to justify their behavior. No one should ever be bullied ever. The lack of support she received growing up is also alarming. What stands out in this book is how she overcame bullying and made something out of her life through faith and the fact that she eventually realized what she went through was no reflection on herself, but the numerous people who chose to attack someone not originally from a small town. The story is fast paced and an excellent read. I admire the fact that she was honest when she did make a few mistakes, but nothing she did justified being bullied or the bullying of other people. The only two downsides to the book are the language is a bit strong but it simply was repeating the things others said and she said back during her terrible high school days. The other downside is no where in the book did it indicate that most of these bullies ever learned their lesson. One can only hope that as adults they finally got it and apologized for their actions and found God. I definitely recommend this book. So many anti-bullying books sugarcoat things and this book doesn't. Even better is the fact this unknown author (I am unaware of any other books she has written) shows real talent in her writing skills. This one was worth my time and it will be worth yours as well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    M.C.

    This is what eventually becomes a heartwarming book about a woman who was tormented throughout high school by a small town. Many small towns are cliques and don't like anyone knew coming into their town or school. The torture she went through will make you angry and much to Cherie White's credit she takes responsibility for the times she herself acted poorly. If you read amazon reviews one person even attacked her while admitting they hadn't read the book which justifies what she said was accura This is what eventually becomes a heartwarming book about a woman who was tormented throughout high school by a small town. Many small towns are cliques and don't like anyone knew coming into their town or school. The torture she went through will make you angry and much to Cherie White's credit she takes responsibility for the times she herself acted poorly. If you read amazon reviews one person even attacked her while admitting they hadn't read the book which justifies what she said was accurate. The language is strong in this book so this is for an older teen or adult reader but this is one of the most honest accounts of bullying probably ever written. The book is fairly long but it is a great thought provoking read and the sentence structure and editing in this book are outstanding for a book coming from LuLu which is about as close to a Vanity Publishing site as you will find. You should buy this! This will speak to anyone who has ever suffered through bullying or hopefully anyone who has ever bullied another person will think about how they treat others.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Thomas A.

    I’m an author who wrote a novel on bullying, so I thought I wrote the definitive book about the subject. But when I read Cherie White’s book, “From Victim To Victor,” I threw everything I knew out the door and witnessed a masterpiece with her life story. Cherie depicted how brutal her life was in junior high and high school at the hands of her classmates. Her vivid account of the violence meted upon her was gut wrenching to read. It made me so angry how human beings could denigrate another human I’m an author who wrote a novel on bullying, so I thought I wrote the definitive book about the subject. But when I read Cherie White’s book, “From Victim To Victor,” I threw everything I knew out the door and witnessed a masterpiece with her life story. Cherie depicted how brutal her life was in junior high and high school at the hands of her classmates. Her vivid account of the violence meted upon her was gut wrenching to read. It made me so angry how human beings could denigrate another human being so much. But what encouraged me the most was her resilience and courage to overcome the beatings she was getting. She ended up on the dark side by turning into a bully herself, but as she got older, her compassion and conviction to treat others with respect and live was clearly evident. Well done, Cherie.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nora

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Thank you for the opportunity to read and review your story through a Goodreads giveaway. As one who was bullied in my school days also, I greatly appreciate Ms. White sharing her story of pain and ultimately, triumph. Relevant and helpful, with tips for success. The only reason I gave 4 stars rather than 5 is The incessant repetition. I understand she is trying to make a point. So yes, a good dose of repetition is necessary. But I felt like sometimes it was just TOO much.

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