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What are some of the worst things a person has done to you?
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Posted 3/23/13
Let's say that you and in a group of poeple who tease you and know that you get angry quickly. When you lose your temper and start chasing them because you want to teach them a lesson. They know your that kind of person who won't take revange and they won't stop annoy you. It's strange beacause they do all this just bacause your different.
Yes I wasn't understand. But when I became more mature I realised that they were envy. Luckily when I was upset I had my father to talk with and my grandpa (grandpa was director of internal police and my father studied law and was also in police special forces) so they explained me why is this happening to me and how should I aproach and face my problems. Therefore I think I got through just beacuse I had support.
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Probably pretending to be a friend, then later admitting how much she hated me and that she was the one who took my glasses, broke them and threw them away. As hurt as I was, I later pitied her: Her soul must be full of festering holes to be like that.

On another note: I've read some of the other things, and I have had those happen to me, also (molestation, getting picked on a lot, guys trying {and failing} to force sex, girls picking fights), but this was the worst to me because it was such a premeditated betrayal, and I never imagined anyone wanting to do that to someone as benevolent as I was.
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Posted 3/23/13
I can't think of anything.
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i THINK it was getting bullied for being fat when i was a kid, my peers bullied me and i've been very self conscious ever since, though im not fat anymore so IN THEIR FACE! but im still self conscious about how i look and i hate to change my look once im used to it cuz im afraid of how others will see me and i barely speak up for myself cuz im afraid ill be bullied again for having a different opinion than ppl
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


kissmeheart wrote:

When I was in primary school, I was bullied. Not your typical "teasing" bullying.
They chased me down the street with sticks and beat me until they were tired.

Haha a little depressing, yes?


Yea they never used sticks but it was pretty much that way with my schooling prior to high school. One kid would always beat me up and a lot of the time he would ask his 6 friends to join him. School sucked back then. >_>



I was in a similar situation up until 7th grade. There was one antagonist who more or less picked on everyone in the school. Including me rather frequently I ignored it as long as I could. At least until he attacked me in Gym for tagging him out of the game. Suffice to say he was unable to return to school for a week and his face was still black and blue. Best part witnesses for self-defense no administrative punishment.
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Another argument in favor of requiring a license to bear and raise children. It's disgusting - they may as well go live like animals, not humans.
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Posted 3/23/13

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Another argument in favor of requiring a license to bear and raise children. It's disgusting - they may as well go live like animals, not humans.


Absolutely, when children seek out others to torment and assault clearly something is wrong with their life at home. At the time I hated the bullies. Now that I am older and can look back I see that it was not the kids fault. There had to be something very wrong at home to foster that kind of mentality.
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The worst thing to happen to me was actually done by my family. I started dating a white guy and my parents got very pissed off. They were very conservative Indian parents. I ended up getting kicked out of the house for not dumping him and finding someone within our cultural and religious circle. I wasn't going to ask for forgiveness or dump him just because they didn't like him. He was a very sweet guy who had the balls to stand up to my mom. So, I accepted their disowning of me and left.

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The worst thing to happen to me was actually done by my family. I started dating a white guy and my parents got very pissed off. They were very conservative Indian parents. I ended up getting kicked out of the house for not dumping him and finding someone within our cultural and religious circle. I wasn't going to ask for forgiveness or dump him just because they didn't like him. He was a very sweet guy who had the balls to stand up to my mom. So, I accepted their disowning of me and left.



I love my daughter so much, it hurts. I cannot even conceive of ever "disowning" her - she would have to insist upon doing something so egregious (maiming, torturing and killing others for unethical reasons, for example) that my disappointment in her would outweigh my maternal instincts to keep her in my life. Your parents' reasons seem so ego-driven, shallow and petty to me - I am sorry for your loss of support. Loved ones should be more important than your traditions. You don't have a family future for any traditions without your children.
Posted 3/24/13
This isn't a pleasant topic either, I have been cheated on. What's the point of saying/typing that out loud though?
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Posted 3/24/13
Making me believe it was all my fault.
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Posted 3/24/13

Pomff wrote:

I've been beaten, verbally abused, robbed at gunpoint, and worst of all as a child I had my sweet roll stolen.


You too?
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Posted 3/24/13
You know what I was gonna say what does trully still bother but then That is far too personal and everyone on here would think of me as someone who should be in jail.
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Nyuboom wrote:

This isn't a pleasant topic either, I have been cheated on. What's the point of saying/typing that out loud though?


Good question. Why did you choose to type it?
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Let's see...
I was bullied. I wasn't beaten up or anything, but kids would tell me that I was stupid, ugly, worthless, and a total crybaby. I didn't tell my parents because I didn't want them to worry about me. When I was in 4th grade, I did tell them, and they transferred me to another school. That was the end, or so I thought. All the bullying made me an extremely sensitive person. Someone could yell at me, and I would burst into tears. Even if it was just one sentence, I felt the pain. In addition, I became afraid of talking to others. I didn't want to make them upset with me or reject me. Because of that, I had few friends. Despite that, I tried to be as nice as possible to others. I also was able to keep a smile on my face, fake or real.
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