I have always been on of those people who don't fit in or doesn't know how to have the right style. But when it all started was when i was 6, i was diagnosed with a disease that causes me to gain weight. Its hard to control, but people never ask, they just judge they don't think of that persons feeling, they just smacked you don't and hurt you with out consideration. So my bullying start when this boy came up to me and called me a fat pig and that i shouldn't be alive because i was fat and people like you should burn in hell. But that was just the beginning, in 5th grade this guy came up to me and said that your ugly and no one will ever love me, and maybe you should shave your legs too. i was 10 so i didn't know what to do so i went home and shaved my legs. my mom asked me what took me so long in the shower, i said nothing just showering. then she keep asking me what i was doing or what i was doing that was so secretive, then i spilled she wasn't mad because i told her the truth, i got that situated and that was fine. But 2 years came and gone then my father passed away and that caused me to be depressed and it caused people to pick on me because i was quiet and keep to myself and that's how i got my name out cast. I was different and people didn't like people who were different they wanted people to be the same like them but i didn't. but now that phase is over and i'm steady and have friends. but my freshman year of high school ( 2 years ago ) i was sexually harassed and people saw what this guy was doing to me but they never helped because i was an easy target, a loser and they didn't help because of who i was. But then i got help and now i have supportive friends and family that help me for when i need help. I want to help kids who are going through times like i did i want them to know they aren't alone, i want them to know that we are a team and we are there to stand by them and become a bigger person. and its okay to seek help when its needed.
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