(Closed) Bullies in school

posted 7 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 47
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Busy bee

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@Payless:  Well thats what I did when I was younger and it worked 100%.  People don’t want to fight you if you say, “why are you talking to me if you hate me so much” you don’t even have to say it in a mean tone…you can say it in a confused tone.. It has worked with everyone I have told to do that… Confusing the bullys and making them look stupid is KEY to stop them..

Post # 48
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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@BrideToBe14:  I tried things like that and got punched lol 

I think it really depends on the bully but I am glad it worked for you! 

Post # 49
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@jenilynevette:  That’s awesome.  Sorry that you were so bullied, but that’s a great reaction.

Post # 50
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2014

I grew up in a tiny town and knew all of my classmates since preschool, so I wasnt bullied for most of my childhood, but we moved to a big city when I was 12, and it was hell. Everyone always picks on the new kid, but I was extremely shy, and also chubby. Combine all of those, and I was everyones favorite punching bag (not literally.) I got gum stuck in my hair about 3 or 4 times, I had stickers of a hairy flabby man chest stuck all over my back, I was called names, someone poured a bottle of lotion down the back of my shirt.

So of course I was extremely depressed, cried constantly, had panic attacks at the thought of going to school, didnt sleep. My mom started taking me to therapy, so I could talk about it all with someone, and she contacted the school and got the main instigators kicked out of my classes. That made it worse for a little bit, because the friends of the people got mad at me for seperating them, but after about a month, they seemed to forget about it.

Once the main culprits were kicked out, and my therapy sessions started helping me come out of my shell, it got much better.

 

I was so mad at my mom at the time, but looking back, I’m glad she did what she did.

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