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Are you being bullied?
Are you worried? Depressed? Sad? Anxious?
If you need to vent or would just like someone to listen to your worries then just post below and I will try my best to offer you some constructive advice and support!

Alternatively I will help direct you to the right place.

You can post anonymously you if you want to!

I just want to help and advise those of you who need support as I know bullying is an ever growing issue and millions of people worldwide are affected by it.

Any offensive or off topic comments will be reported.

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(Original post by Anonymous)
Are you being bullied?
Are you worried? Depressed? Sad? Anxious?
If you need to vent or would just like someone to listen to your worries then just post below and I will try my best to offer you some constructive advice and support!

Alternatively I will help direct you to the right place.

You can post anonymously you if you want to!

I just want to help and advise those of you who need support as I know bullying is an ever growing issue and millions of people worldwide are affected by it.

Any offensive or off topic comments will be reported.

Thanks
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Nope, but this is a nice thing. Well done.
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I’m no longer being bullied but I used to be. I have a lot of the residual effects - low self esteem, built up anger etc. But my counsellor and I are working on that.

I wish that I had that person in my life who I could hug and cry to whenever I need it. The person who isn’t made uncomfortable when I express myself and talk about my problems. I had that person - but he is now an ex-boyfriend sadly. I don’t know what advice I’m looking for - maybe how I can be more open with people, and find people who I click with?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m no longer being bullied but I used to be. I have a lot of the residual effects - low self esteem, built up anger etc. But my counsellor and I are working on that.
I wish that I had that person in my life who I could hug and cry to whenever I need it. The person who isn’t made uncomfortable when I express myself and talk about my problems. I had that person - but he is now an ex-boyfriend sadly. I don’t know what advice I’m looking for - maybe how I can be more open with people, and find people who I click with?
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I'm so very sorry to hear you were bullied.

I know how it feels - when everything around you begins to fall apart, when you are so self conscious about yourself that you worry about every little thing.

I'm happy to hear you and your counsellor are finding resolutions and ways to help you both emotionally and physically... well done you!

Well done for finally choosing yourself and for finally doing something ... for fighting back and for speaking up even if it's to a counsellor!

I would be more than happy to have weekly chats with you privately about how you've been doing ... I would be more than happy to be that friend you can trust and be confident in expressing any concerns or problems. Let me know and we can definitely sort something out! :-)

I'm so sorry about your relationship I know how it feels when you feel like you can trust someone and then it feels as if everything vanishes into thin air.

I hope you are feeling much better emotionally!
Bullying is a horrible experience and if you let it it can take over everything.... I'm happy that you are getting better mentally and emotionally!

I'm proud of you :-)

Thank you for confiding in me and telling me your problems / concerns.

I hope I could help :-)
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m no longer being bullied but I used to be. I have a lot of the residual effects - low self esteem, built up anger etc. But my counsellor and I are working on that.

I wish that I had that person in my life who I could hug and cry to whenever I need it. The person who isn’t made uncomfortable when I express myself and talk about my problems. I had that person - but he is now an ex-boyfriend sadly. I don’t know what advice I’m looking for - maybe how I can be more open with people, and find people who I click with?
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In terms of HOW you can be more open... I guess i would say to be yourself, be confident and talk about any issues or concerns with friends you trust. Speaking out about your problems takes a lot of guts which you clearly have!
I hope I could help!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
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I'm so very sorry to hear you were bullied.

I know how it feels - when everything around you begins to fall apart, when you are so self conscious about yourself that you worry about every little thing.

I'm happy to hear you and your counsellor are finding resolutions and ways to help you both emotionally and physically... well done you!

Well done for finally choosing yourself and for finally doing something ... for fighting back and for speaking up even if it's to a counsellor!

I would be more than happy to have weekly chats with you privately about how you've been doing ... I would be more than happy to be that friend you can trust and be confident in expressing any concerns or problems. Let me know and we can definitely sort something out! :-)

I'm so sorry about your relationship I know how it feels when you feel like you can trust someone and then it feels as if everything vanishes into thin air.

I hope you are feeling much better emotionally!
Bullying is a horrible experience and if you let it it can take over everything.... I'm happy that you are getting better mentally and emotionally!

I'm proud of you :-)

Thank you for confiding in me and telling me your problems / concerns.

I hope I could help :-)
Ahhh thank you, this is really reassuring and comforting. I would love to chat to you privately about things. I’ve repped this post so you can see who I am.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
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In terms of HOW you can be more open... I guess i would say to be yourself, be confident and talk about any issues or concerns with friends you trust. Speaking out about your problems takes a lot of guts which you clearly have!
I hope I could help!
Grrr, it won’t let me rep it, so I’ve revealed myself. And that’s brilliant advice, thank you
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I was bullied non-stop for 3 years. I was cyberbullied, they filmed me getting dressed before PE and blackmailed me with it, I was was physically abused, they used to push me, shove me against the walls, trick me, all of that. I didn’t have any friends. I developed a depression and acute anxiety that to this day is still present on my every action. It’s hard to make friends because idk who to trust. There’s not really anyone I can talk to, cuz the friends I do have do not listen. I’m always there for them, but when I have a problem they just say “Get over yourself” or ignore me. The only person I have is this guy I like who doesn’t like me back. We’re very good friends but I think he only sees me as that and nothing more. My exams started this week and I struggle not to have panic attacks. People mock me when I have them, saying once again “Get over yourself”, “you’re not the only person in the world taking exams”. It’s been tough.
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I was bullied non-stop for 3 years. I was cyberbullied, they filmed me getting dressed before PE and blackmailed me with it, I was was physically abused, they used to push me, shove me against the walls, trick me, all of that. I didn’t have any friends. I developed a depression and acute anxiety that to this day is still present on my every action. It’s hard to make friends because idk who to trust. There’s not really anyone I can talk to, cuz the friends I do have do not listen. I’m always there for them, but when I have a problem they just say “Get over yourself” or ignore me. The only person I have is this guy I like who doesn’t like me back. We’re very good friends but I think he only sees me as that and nothing more. My exams started this week and I struggle not to have panic attacks. People mock me when I have them, saying once again “Get over yourself”, “you’re not the only person in the world taking exams”. It’s been tough.
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I am so very sorry to hear about all this pain you have been through. No one should have to go through what you went through ever! Stay strong!

I know you are a strong, sweet and caring person because you took time to explain everything to not only me but many others who now may explain their stories and get advice etc because of you!
Well done!
You should be proud of yourself because I am!

I understand the pain, frustration and anger you are feeling having been used and then pushed to the side myself by people I once used to call friends too in the past.

It's hard to comprehend that you don't have anyone you can trust to talk to, when you don't have anyone who understands you or supports you when you are upset. I understand 100%!
This is where I hope I can begin to offer you some advice...

All this pain and betrayal you are feeling... you can use it to your strength.
Forget all those people who don't listen to you, who don't support you and who don't understand who you are as an individual... bullying itself is a horrible thing for anyone and coupled with a situation such as yours makes it 10x worse!

I'm so very sorry that you can't trust anyone now because of all the physical and mental trauma you have been though already which began as such a young age that now it's basically ruined / ruining your life and future!

Furthermore, if you ever need to talk about anything at all (anything!) Whether That's about school or work ... you can always always contact me whenever you want... I am only a 'private message' away!

It seems to me that this friend that you have now is kind of using you too in a way, you need to understand and I know how hard this may be but personally (and this has actually happened) i would rather have no friends and concentrate on who I am as an individual than talk or be with people who
(1) don't like me
(2) use and abuse me
(3) back chat about me and
(4) don't help me when I need them the most

All of the above is relevant to you and your sad and unfortunate situation. Your friend that you have listens to you and understands you so maybe that friendship you have can help you...

I'm sorry that 3 years on that your still finding it hard to socialise and make friends yet I'm not surprised at all!
I understand how mentally gruelling and consuming it can be... please concentrate on you for once, do things you enjoy whether that's studying towards your dream career, reading books about fantasies etc or even watching movies... do whatever makes you happy!

Stay away from people who make you feel the opposite to happy because remember that they will be punished, God is watching over you, you need to decide which way you want to take this new chapter of your life too...

New chapter...?
Yes! The fact that you've explained your situation shows you want to change... you want to make New friends who you can trust and who understand you and you don't want to let your sad past dictate your future!

Exams....
I know from experience . .. from sitting trying to revise or work hours on end resulting in additional stress and anxiety that could have been avoided if I just made a clear plan, took time out to rest and absorb everything (break, lunch, dinner etc)

And then come back... even if it means just missing a whole day out and not doing any work! I know that sounds really bad but having an extended break will help you absorb all the Information you've been trying to drill inside your brain, it'll help you to understand everything, you could do something you love like go shopping or to the movies with your friends or you could just read a book or just sit down and chill for the whole day... whatever you want... something that is not related to work at all!

Take care of your health and mental wellbeing too!

You sound extremely stressed and worried about all of this... maybe keep a diary or just spend a few hours a day revising and then stop... take a break until the next day.

Make sure you have all your meals, take regular breaks, talk to friends and teachers about any worries, all this work will stress you out - do it bit by bit.

People are so horrible sometimes... ignore them!
Exams are different and hard for everyone... some find them a lot easier to handle whilst others are the total opposite!

I've been in situations where I too have had panic attacks when exams came near, they affected me mentally, emotionally and physically ... I was getting worried, stressed, anxious and therefore resulting in me losing concentration in work etc... so yes I understand how you are feeling.

If you want to explain your past and just get everything out then let me know and we can sort something out together. Whether that's private messaging each other every few days, every week or every month we will sort something out that works for you!

I'm so sorry for everything that you went though sweetie!
Stay strong!

I created another thread titled:
Are you depressed, worried or just need to vent?
So you can check that out too if you want and go into detail on whatever you want ...take it all out!

I hope I could help!

Good Luck!
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Not being bullied, but I am depressed. It’s gotten pretty bad lately and I can’t seem to snap out of it
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aw nice thing to do 👍 I feel kinda empty & my life is kinda bad atm, no longer got a bf, failing school. I have a few close friends but only reallt talk to 2 outside of school, I'm never the preferred friend just pushed to the side when someone better comes along. and I'm shy and awkward.
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Not being bullied but just tired with life -.-


Kinda depressed? idk
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Anonymous #1
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Not being bullied, but I am depressed. It’s gotten pretty bad lately and I can’t seem to snap out of it
Posting In my other thread will be better in terms of advice, explain in as much detail as you want:
Titled: Are you depressed, worried or just need to vent?

Thanks and hope to talk to you soon!
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Not being bullied but just tired with life -.-


Kinda depressed? idk
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Posting In my other thread will be better in terms of advice, explain in as much detail as you want:
Titled: Are you depressed, worried or just need to vent?

Thanks and hope to talk to you soon!
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aw nice thing to do 👍 I feel kinda empty & my life is kinda bad atm, no longer got a bf, failing school. I have a few close friends but only reallt talk to 2 outside of school, I'm never the preferred friend just pushed to the side when someone better comes along. and I'm shy and awkward.
☆ ORIGINAL POSTER RESPONSE ☆

Posting In my other thread will be better in terms of advice, explain in as much detail as you want:
Titled: Are you depressed, worried or just need to vent?

Thanks and hope to talk to you soon!
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