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    OKAY, EVERYONE IN HERE STFU OR I'M GOING TO DELETE THIS THREAD!
    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    OKAY, EVERYONE IN HERE STFU OR I'M GOING TO DELETE THIS THREAD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
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    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    wtf??

    edit - ohhhh.
    Ils se d�merdent, les mecs: trop bon, trop con..................................MY BLOG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    OKAY, EVERYONE IN HERE STFU OR I'M GOING TO DELETE THIS THREAD!
    So Haight's a bully!

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    The Bulliest kind of bully.

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    I was ruthlessly bullied from kindergarten all the way through high school, both physically and verbally by both males and females. I never fully recovered. At first it was because I was the snot-nosed kid with allergies. I cried a lot because I was very sensitive. I was the shy, nerdy little pacifist who was easily hurt, and they tortured me relentlessly when they found out that I was an "easy target."

    When I went to the teachers, the teachers often punished me for tattling or told me to toughen up. I don't believe in revenge, so it always felt like one more attack every time someone tried to blame me for not fighting back. When I told my parents, they tried to offer words of encouragement to heal my broken self-esteem, but they could never fix it. My parents were always kind and supportive, but they couldn't save me. I wish I had never gone to school. I would rather be stupid and uneducated than have emotional baggage for the rest of my life. I have always been good at self-educating and enjoyed learning from a very early age as long as I was in a nurturing environment. I could read quite well before I ever went to school and considered the first few years to be a total waste because all that I learned was that I was somehow defective.

    Now, I repeatedly get into abusive relationships no matter how hard I try to avoid them. I can't get into healthy ones because nobody seems to want someone who is damaged to the point of being insane unless they want to add to that damage and increase the insanity. I still have panic attacks when I see violence in movies or on television. I can't bear to be around any form of cruelty. I have nightmares. I might have undiagnosed PTSD from the combination of severe childhood bullying and my adult relationships. Bullies can ruin lives. I wish that the problem of bullying were taken more seriously by people who have the ability to protect the victims.

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    I cried a lot because I was very sensitive. I was the shy, nerdy little pacifist who was easily hurt, and they tortured me relentlessly when they found out that I was an "easy target."
    Realize this is not likely the real reason you were targeted. I took what other kids gave with a face of stone and I never let them see me cry. I totally withdrew and gave no reactions and that didn't help. If anything it provoked them into further frenzies of trying to goad me.

    Read that link about myths about school bullying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    The Bulliest kind of bully.
    A Jewish bully?
    "The only time I'm wrong is when I'm questioning myself."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    A Jewish bully?
    Haha-no.

    Actually funny you should say that, a jewish guy did try to bully me before, he let me borrow a book and I tore the edge of one page, the edge.

    He tried to charge me fifteen bucks.

    Sad thing is this is a true story.

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