This movie was a real tear jerker for me, because it showed those feelings i'd once had. At the time that i was being bullied i didn't really know it but now that i look back i realize just how bad it was. Walking through the cafeteria to your table of people that didn't judge you and knowing people are laughing and talking about you..i lived near a little community center that was next to the school and the football players and the basketball players as well walked over there everyday to workout and practice and whatnot and my walks home were absolutely horrible. They called me names, threw things at me, made sexual jokes..it was just disgusting. It got to the point where i'd wait at the school for them to leave then i'd walk home just so i didn't have to deal with it. But then i got in trouble for being late getting home. Excuse after excuse. Then the cutting, eating disorders, depression started. I didn't want to live anymore, i was so tired. My arms were covered in cuts..my friend at the time saw it, and she told a counselor that day..i was called into the office and had a talk with her, she called my mom and my mom came in crying..she asked me why i never told her about any of this. I don't know why i didn't, i guess because i didn't think anyone cared. I didn't think it was as bad as it was..i mean, i thought getting a corndog thrown at me was pretty funny. But no, it was a problem. I just want everyone to know to tell someone when these things happen, don't ever be afraid.
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