She Suffered First Degree Burn Due To Bullying But What She Did Was Very Inspiring



From playground cruelty to the online rumor mill, we are hearing more about bullying than ever.
Bullying can affect everyone—those who are bullied, those who bully, and those who witness bullying. Bullying is linked to many negative outcomes including impacts on mental health, substance use, and suicide. 

But luckily, Hannah Combs, handled bullying differently and positively.
The 15-year-old had barely begun her freshman year of high school before tragedy struck.
She was talking outside of Harker Heights High School with friends one day, when a boy who came from behind poured super glue all over her hair and scalp. 

Hannah told the Killeen Daily Herald, “It instantly started burning,” the moment the assault happened, “It felt like my head was on fire. It was horrible.”
When Hannah was informed by medical staff that she had to have part of her head shaved, she was devastated.

“I lost the favorite thing about me. I loved my hair, my hair’s the only thing I liked about myself, honestly.”






The boy who did the horrible thing to Hannah only received an in-school suspension, meaning that when Hannah returned to school the next day she would see them wandering around the school grounds, while she's going to suffer all her life.
Christian Grimmer, father of Hannah, believes the bully should have to transfer. Others want to know why the police haven’t gotten involved.

Frustrated by Harker Heights Highs’ inadequate discipline of the child, Hannah’s mother, Jessica Grimmer, started a Facebook page called Justice for Hannah and she couldn't believe the support for her which was pouring in.

Hairstylists in Hannah’s hometown volunteered their time to help her feel more confident and show her how to rock what she has left. 
Hairstylists in Hannah’s hometown volunteered their time to help her feel more confident and show her how to rock what she has left.

One stylist shared on social media what she had done to Hannah.
“Today I got to do something I’m proud of. I fixed a young girls hair who had something traumatic happen to her at school. Her hair had to be shaved on one side, so I made the best of a bad situation,” Nikki said.

The outcry of support resulted in the bully being transferred to another school, which is what Hannah wanted. But she is continuing to use her page for good, to help join the fight, and tackle bullying head on.
(Source: ViralThread)
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