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Aww I think secondary school bullying is the worse. I've seen a boy in my school go through the same thing from 8-10 and I always make the effort to make him feel better by saying hai and stuff. Hope you're fine now :yy:

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Thanks, yeah it doesn't bother me at all now, in year 10 it was kinda bad and I considered like fighting this kid or something but eventually realized that it was stupid and not worth it, now I rarely see him and he rarely does anything, and he's leaving in a couple months anyway.

The worst part tbh is that a few times earlier on in secondary I tried telling a teacher, but nothing happened because they'd just do it when a teacher wasn't looking

One time, when I was a fragile year 7 and had been used to a small class in secondary school where (for the most part) everyone got on and was nice to each other, I was bullied a bit by someone a couple years above me, I told my head of house and she asked me to come to her office at lunch to make a statement about it. I came like 5 minutes late because I was in year 7 and terribly organized, and she got really angry at me and made me feel like ****, which, after being properly bullied for like the first time ever, was really not what I needed
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I wouldn't say I got bullied but I did get picked on during high school. Pretty much almost everyday someone would say something/make fun of my height, name, appearance, ethnicity etc. The worst thing was that my friends didn't even help me or do anything to make me feel better. Somehow I managed to survive 5 years in that place.

Now that I'm in college I feel much more happier and relived that I don't have to face those people anymore. Majority of the people in college tend to mind their own business and won't bother you.

It's ridiculous how low and pathetic some people can be smh
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(Original post by KomradeKorbyn)
Thanks, yeah it doesn't bother me at all now, in year 10 it was kinda bad and I considered like fighting this kid or something but eventually realized that it was stupid and not worth it, now I rarely see him and he rarely does anything, and he's leaving in a couple months anyway.

The worst part tbh is that a few times earlier on in secondary I tried telling a teacher, but nothing happened because they'd just do it when a teacher wasn't looking

One time, when I was a fragile year 7 and had been used to a small class in secondary school where (for the most part) everyone got on and was nice to each other, I was bullied a bit by someone a couple years above me, I told my head of house and she asked me to come to her office at lunch to make a statement about it. I came like 5 minutes late because I was in year 7 and terribly organized, and she got really angry at me and made me feel like ****, which, after being properly bullied for like the first time ever, was really not what I needed
Yeah the person who bullied me would always do it when the teacher wasn't looking too which ideas really annoying as the teacher couldn't see it!


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