Young Girl Gets Period On Bus Then Teen Boy Approaches Her Whispering Remark Going Viral
Learning about the birds and the bees is meant to be helpful and educational, but if truth be told, it can be pretty embarrassing for kids to have “the talk.” Add to that the worry over when a girl might start her cycle and experience it for the very first time, possibly in front of others, and you can see why tweens and teens can get a little anxious about this rite of passage.
A young girl had this horrifying experience for the first time ever while on the way home from school. She was riding the bus and sadly, wasn’t the only one who noticed what had suddenly happened.
Too many kids to count noticed what had happened to her. When a boy walked up to her on the bus, she expected some rude or snide comment.
But instead, he did something so heartwarming that the girl’s mom just had to share their story on social media. Others have been chiming in with how great the guy’s actions were, too.
Her mom posted in the Guragaon Moms Facebook group what had happened. She explained that an older boy who she doesn’t even know pulled her aside and whispered in her ear…
“that she had a stain on the back of her pants and gave her his sweater to tie around her waist so she could walk home off of the bus.”
At first, the girl was embarrassed and told the boy that everything was okay. But he insisted she take his sweater to help hide what had happened.
“(He) told her ‘I have sisters, it’s all good!'”
The girl’s mom not only praised the teen boy what he had done for her daughter, but also commended his mother for “raising him right.”
“We hear so many bad things about today’s youth, and I wanted to share something positive!”
Numerous people agreed that what the boy did was exceptionally kind. One described him as “a star.”
“…not many would of done this. I’m sure he’ll become a gentleman in years to come and he will treat a woman how she should be treated.”
The post has since gone viral and people keep applauding how considerate he was of her feelings and well-being. What a terrific kid!