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I really need your help/ advice. I went to McDonalds yesterday. I was sitting down a group of secondary school boys came in. one of them pushed their friend next to me and said 'shag her. I ignored them. but I feel really guilty as I should have said something. I get socially anxious and my self-esteem and confidence in public is really low. ANY ADVICE/ HELP
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Don't feel guilty it wasn't your fault. Those boys were the problem not you. Speak to someone your close to about this if you can. Lastly try to think of strategies to protect yourself.
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Don't feel guilty it wasn't your fault. Those boys were the problem not you. Speak to someone your close to about this if you can. Lastly try to think of strategies to protect yourself.
thank you. I want to defend myself. any ideas how?
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You are likely a victim of gangstalking. I am trying to compile evidence of the gangstalking I experience at work and on my way to and from work.
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You are likely a victim of gangstalking. I am trying to compile evidence of the gangstalking I experience at work and on my way to and from work.
Not sure how you came to this conclusion, it’s teenagers being idiots, doubt they sat in a room planning how they were going to specifically target the OP. I don’t see the OP ignoring them that big of deal I would have done the same or told them to do one.. not a big deal not like they hit him.
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Not sure how you came to this conclusion, it’s teenagers being idiots, doubt they sat in a room planning how they were going to specifically target the OP. I don’t see the OP ignoring them that big of deal I would have done the same or told them to do one.. not a big deal not like they hit him.
i agree. they were just teenagers being silly. but they really made me fell uncomfortable!
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thank you. I want to defend myself. any ideas how?
how old are you ,same as the lads
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no im not sure how old they were as they don't go to the same school as me but im 15
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If something like this ever happens to you again, just beat the ever living crap out of them. Fight back, and they will never mess with you.
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If something like this ever happens to you again, just beat the ever living crap out of them. Fight back, and they will never mess with you.
wouldn't i get in trouble by the police/ beaten up myself im just one person and they are a group. also im disabled!!
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wouldn't i get in trouble by the police/ beaten up myself im just one person and they are a group. also im disabled!!
Oh wow, I'm sorry to hear that. Well in that case, get someone to help you fight back against them. Make some friends, or if you already have some then just go out with them. Bullies are always cowards, they only attack people when they outnumber them.
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Oh wow, I'm sorry to hear that. Well in that case, get someone to help you fight back against them. Make some friends, or if you already have some then just go out with them. Bullies are always cowards, they only attack people when they outnumber them.
thank you! it's okay.
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thank you. I want to defend myself. any ideas how?
Try to use a positive mentality when you see them. (Here's a few ideas) ,build a mental brick wall to ignore them, another way to avoid stress and focusing on them is to focus on other things in your vision. Kinda hard to explain but I hope you get what I mean. Also if you see them but they haven't seen you then you can try to get away from them if it's possible. Hope this helps x
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Try to use a positive mentality when you see them. (Here's a few ideas) ,build a mental brick wall to ignore them, another way to avoid stress and focusing on them is to focus on other things in your vision. Kinda hard to explain but I hope you get what I mean. Also if you see them but they haven't seen you then you can try to get away from them if it's possible. Hope this helps x
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THX!x
Don't listen to her, that's terrible advice. Bullies prey on the weak, so if you ignore them then they're just going to keep doing it. They need to be put in their place.
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Don't listen to her, that's terrible advice. Bullies prey on the weak, so if you ignore them then they're just going to keep doing it. They need to be put in their place.
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THQBK YOU! is there any chance I could follow you😂😂
Follow me? Where?
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