In primary school I remember when kids would hide my lunchbox in the bin everyday so I'd be late for lunch and have to sit on my own. Bullying was quite common where I went so the teachers did nothing about it and just recommended for my parents to start letting me have school dinners only.
I never actually realised it was bullying back then and now whenever I see one of those girls, I still get a bit scared
And it wasn't the typical verbal/physical abuse. It was emotional torture, with snide remarks about my work and my looks, coming from the very people I called 'friends'
Unfortunately, i was a bully once, but i didn't bully everyone, it was one person and it was really mild bullying, none to the extent of yours.
It's sad cause he was a good guy, I don't know what made me do it.
Glad i still know him today and I'm on good terms with him, he doesn't seem bothered about it, I did apologise too but I hope it's nothing life scarring
I wasn't really bullied at all in primary school, everyone was pretty nice most of the time.
Only problem with this was that it didn't prepare me at all for secondary, where I was bullied mercilessly from years 7-9, a little in year 10, and now I'm coming to the end of year 11 and it's basically non existant at this point, only thing that happens is this chavvy kid who is a ******** to a ton of people ocassionally says some terrible insult or pushes me when I walk past him.
I mean, nobody really likes him and he's probably got a terrible life at home, and I'm not really bothered by it so I just avoid him.
I didn't get bullied a ton in high school, I was pretty sensitive which made it worse, I very rarely think about it at all tbh
It usdd to get to me a lot, but now only when I'm feeling low or my self esteem and confidence levels drop.
I wasn't really bullied in school.
I'm now in my second year of college and the bullying is really bad. I think about it everyday because it's so bad and it's still happening!
I got bullied in comp. I was doing Engineering and we had to go to the local college to do it. It depressed me at the time, especially since most of the boys were rugby lads and I didn't really fit in. It don't bother me any more and it taught me to grow thicker skin.
Well considering I was bullied everyday from about Year 2 to around Year 9, it's pretty vivid. I still see it even now in my sixth form - it's disgusting.
Now and then I'll think of a memory of those days, but I try not to dwell on it.
Rather than being physically bullied, I was made to feel uncomfortable and as though being myself was never good enough by those *****es I considered my best friends.
I am very happy to say that those girls are no longer in my life.