For me it started right around kindergarden. I had a bad temper, as well as, ADHD and because of those two I got picked on repeatedly. I had told the teachers what was going on, but they didn't do anything to stop it simply because they didn't see it happen. when I finally had enough I started to fight back and it was usually me that got in trouble for acting out. So my parents pulled me out for a few years and tried homeschooling, but everywhere I went trouble would always follow. After homeschoolling stopped I was put back in public schooling even though I got in trouble literally all the time I finally started to have some control over my anger around 6th or 7th grade and through all that I had been I proved people wrong about who I was and I even made an impression with all the teachers that got the chance to have me in class. The ones who had a chance to see me in high school were happy to see how far I made it and that I turned into a good kid after all. While I may still be kinda young I can say that bullying had helped me in a way. It had helped me get control over my temper and showed me how a world even if it is full of hate there is always good, because there cannot be good without hardship and that you have to work to see happiness and that you have to fall a few times to see what you are made of and to see who your true friends are. In all I can say that even when I'm at my lowest I still have friends that care for me and love me and for that I am ever grateful for them. Even though bullying has importance in showing how mean this world can be it needs to be stopped I don't want kids ending up like me. Now as I go through high school I learn that it isn't important anymore to fit in, because those friends that you make may not stick with you. I have learned that the best people to have as friends are the ones who are the oddballs and misfits simply because they are the one that will try the hardest to make you smile. The friends I have now will most likely stick by my side no matter where they go and I love them all very dearly. I like being an oddball and a misfit that stands out more than I fit in, for no one wants to be normal forever.
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