When I was about 3rd grade I was always getting teased about my height cause I was a really tall kid cause of my dad. I was always getting picked on or called the usual names if your really tall like giraffe, or I would be called a tree sometimes. I didn't really know what bullying was at that age so I just let it slide. When I was 5th grade turning sixth I was allowed to get a phone since I had worked hard to get one. This was during summer. I just got my phone and I just wanted to talk to a really good friend of mine and I thought i was texting her until I she was calling me mean names. I knew what bullying was then so I was a victim of cyber bullying. I was asking them what have I done wrong and they completely ignored my question, they just continued calling me mean names, telling me why nobody liked me. I lived in Guam but was in Las Vegas for the summer. I was 13 hours away from where they were taking all these insults when I could've just stopped talking to them. I cried like I've never cried before. It came to the point where I didn't want to live anymore. I cut myself, thinking it would help the pain, they just came back at me like a fireball. I told my mom and she came into the conversation but she was on voice message. My mom was telling those 3 girls how they thought they were my friend. I cried non-stop but my aunts were telling me to get over it. I knew that something had to be done. My mom was making voice messages and they didn't want to reply to her but they were listening to it. They were to scared of my mom. They told me to go and kill myself was I thinking about it, yes. I didn't want to live because even my aunts bullied me about my weight till this day. I try to do sports but all they ever tell me is I'm un-talented I can't do this I can't do that but I joined sports I lost a lot of weight but they still say the same thing. I always wondered if I wasn't the neice they wanted. I'm not perfect, there not perfect, nobody is perfect.
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