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    In September I had a my hair cut off to raise money for Macmillan Cancer support and I don't like my hair already, it's growing back but there is a group of girls who constantly say horrible things about it. They've also got my boyfriend involved by saying things like he's gay because my hair's short and stuff and he gets upset about it because his school isn't the most supportive of the LGBT+ community. I already suffer with anxiety and depression but I don't see my therapist anymore because I got a lot better. However, no matter how many times I say that I don't care what people say because I raised over £500 for people with cancer and I'm really proud of that, it really upsets me and I wish it didn't. If anyone has any advice I would really appriciate it, thanks xoxo

    The ONLY thing important here is that you did something to raise money for a cancer charity. Well done you! The imbecilic comments of other students should be treated with the utmost contempt - you are far too good to respond to them.
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