Since my other thread was locked down, I didn't get to give an update on the conclusion of the bullying situation I experienced as a student teacher. Steps were taken at the college with my student teaching supervisor to address the inappropriate interactions. This included retraining and other things. The cooperating teacher I was placed with noticed the abnormal incidents and started making comments to me about them, which was very validating, given I had not told her about the problems with my supervisor from the previous semester. I wanted her to just be a witness to what was said and done when my supervisor came for observations, so she formed her own opinion about it. She noticed it without me saying one negative word about my supervisor. I kept the notion in mind that I was going to be professional and gather enough evidence that couldn't be explained away by the bully. The whole thing was a very long, stressful road that took time to resolve. One key thing I took away is a person needs social support when dealing with such a situation. Keep doing what you know is right, stay strong and objective, and seek support from people you trust.