In september of 2012 I had entered my first year of highschool, it was very intimidating and very overwhelming. I can't erase my past of me being a bully, so that followed me into my highschool years. I didn't make that many friends, right at the start. I stuck with my old ones from elemnetary. Everything was going decently. Until people that didn't like me in elemetary school, told other people of my past. I got picked on, a lot. I tried my best to fit in. The people that are thought were my friends, told me that they were ashamed to be seen with me because of what people said, I got called everything you could think of, by almost everyone I knew. I made one really awesome friend, that didn't care what others thought. Eventually things got worse, I tried to kill myself, and I started cutting. I started getting in physical altercations with other people, I got suspened over three times, trying to stand up for myself. Over time in grade nine, it was the worst of its has ever been, every where I went I was tormented. From puking sounds as I walked through the hallway, to rude remarks on what I was wearing. I really started to hate life, I tried t kill myself twice. But then this guy at my school kinda made me feel a little bit better, we eventually started a relationship, and it was amazing. My bestfriend was always by my side, but the bullying never stopped. In the weeks from December 2012 & March 2013 , I had got into really bad verbal altercations with these group of girls, that eventually led to a physical fight, where i hurt them really bad, but I didn't feel, bad I felt they got what the deserved. Obviously I had gotten expelled and sent to another school, which made my life a whole lot better! The bullying is not as severe, as it was before. I actually want to go to school. I made a ton of friends. Now th bullying that occurs if from people that aren't willing to accept change. Now I am happy & I feel like i belong where I am now.
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