When I was in 3rd grade, I started gaining weight. My "friends" who I thought would never make fun of me, did. I was so mad, and I didnt know how to react, so I would get mad back at them and I was the one who got in trouble for it, instead of the bullies themselves. There was a point in which I felt completely alone. I had no friends anymore. My parents knew what was going on and they did everything they could to make sure that it stopped, but it didnt and it finally came to a point in which I had to leave the school. Thankfully as soon as I left the school, my bullying stopped, but my view of myself changed ALOT. I went to another school and everyone at that school was AWESOME! However, I was constantly making fun of myself all the time. I did that because I believed what those bullies were saying. There is a point, at least for me, that when you hear alot about you being said, you start to believe it. I thought that I was fat and ugly, I thought that I was a loser, I thought that I was going to be a failure in life, I thought that there was no way out, but after some help from friends and parents and a counselor, I was able to conquer my self-torture.
My lesson in my story is, there is always a way out. Believe me when I say that your parents DO know what they are talking about, so don't be afraid to talk to them, or a teacher, or an actual friend that doesnt make fun of you, and if all else fails, just get away from them. Suicide is DEFINATELY NOT the answer!!! Things will always get better, and like I said, there is always a way out!
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