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Posted 5/5/15
I've been bullied since October of last year. And, it' a pain.
I would like to say more but that might cause unnessary DRAMA.
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Its nice to see this is brought up its too much of a taboo in society, and people are sharing the experience they had.
I was picked on by my fellow class mates on junior high school, they told me i was gay and they didnt want anything to do with me.
Talked shit behind my back, and destroyed or stole my homework so i failed in most of my classes.
I even told my teacher and he did nothing about it. Thinking of suicide was more of less a day job. But im happy now it never got to that point.
I walked more or less for 3 years alone, waiting for high school to start.

When i got to high school i lost most of the bullies in my class, so now suddenly i was the bully picking on the weaker individual in my class.
I still very much regret it, seeing as that person 11 years later still hates my guts.

And when i now as a grown up meet the bullies of my past i will always remember what they did, but also remind me that i came out as a stronger individual.
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Belsui wrote:

Is bullying bullies acceptable?


I use to bully bullies but not because it was righteous or anything i just did it to prove i was tougher. It was a time in my life where i went through the delinquent phase which is a part of my life i am not proud of.
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Belsui wrote:

Is bullying bullies acceptable?


It's still bullying though.
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Posted 5/5/15

Belsui wrote:

Is bullying bullies acceptable?


Two wrongs don't make a right
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I think in many cases of bullying it really is a joke or the person didn't realize what they were doing was hurting the other person, I know I have accidentally done so before. However, the majority of bullying is probably not this, and the person doing the bullying is likely doing so out of malice, in which case it is really despicable. Growing up, there wee some people who thought they could pick on me, but I usually don't stand for that kind of thing. I bet they were surprised when I slugged them This of course led to me getting suspended, but it also pretty much told everyone in the school not to mess with me. Good times.
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Midnightspell wrote:


Belsui wrote:

Is bullying bullies acceptable?


Two wrongs don't make a right


But 3 lefts make a right. Left hooks.
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Aggression is bad, and every person who commits it should feel bad.
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34 / M / Jersey City, NJ
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Posted 5/6/15
I hate to see people be bullied and when I see it going on I try and step in.
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maybe the hardest thing of all is to admit that you are being bullied.. i always had a hard time to tell people if someone been bad to me.. including getting hit in class.. and i always told that i only fell on the bicycle. And its even harder when they are close to u, because you don't want your family to worry.. even though its a serious matter.. that makes you close that pain inside until you feel like killing yourself.
Posted 5/6/15 , edited 5/6/15
Is it sad that I was bullied more in Kindergarden than in my high school years? lol

I don't know if it is human nature to be bullied and be a bully but 5-6 year old kids can be pretty mean, how can they be so judgmental and nasty?

true story:

Girls would call me names and pull on my hair. Boys called my best friend "witch" and all sort of ugly names because she wasn't that pretty in their eyes. >_< and they always did these things in group so you'd feel scared to talk back. I was known for being poor just because my house was simple and small (I think that's the reason) and every time the bus came to pick me up all the boys and girls started yelling "poor *insert my name here* who lives in an ugly house* they chanted that "song" all the way to preschool and I would sit with the driver because he saw that the kids were mean to me.

The worst memory I have is when one girl grabbed my food ( we always had to bring a snack to preschool) and throw it on the floor in front of the whole class... then she put her hands on her waist and with a menacing look and voice said "next time bring real food, not that garbage"....she was only 6 for God's sake! I stayed quiet because I wasn't sure what to make of the situation lol

Karma is nice because a few years later, my mom have asked her mom to take care of me while she was away I don't remember where so I had to go to her home. Her home was worse than mine (she was really poor) but in preschool she always made fun of me for being poor...who would have thought that I was in a better place than her? and she was like an angel while I was there...geezz kids can even be hypocrites!

Another ugly memory: There was a new girl in class I never had the chance to speak to but she was the only fat and black girl among all the snotty white brats so she was the center of attention the whole time. The whole class (except the outcasts like my friend and I) always insulted her, they told her she was fat/black and ugly, looked like a gorilla etc etc. The poor girl broke down once and started to cry, she didn't come to school after that day....we were 7 years old.

Middle school wasn't that bad...and high school was when I hit puberty so ...I was more focused on cute guys and dates lol




qualeshia3 wrote:

I am only concern about bullying if it's physical NOT verbal.


Do you mind to explain why you think that way?

Verbal abuse can cause equal or even more damage than physical sometimes, in my experience. I have been physically abused and verbally abused when I was a child. The pain from the beating was forgotten but the pain from the words never left me and unbeknownst to myself, it kind of molded my personality and life (low self-esteem, anorexia problems, anxiety, depression, social awkwardness) <-- this all was caused by my older sister and a few other family members. Also see above, the mean words hurt me more than when they pull on my hair.


Bullying is not right, whether physical or verbal...words can break your heart too.

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An opinion no longer matters when you cause physical harm to someone. Verbal insult is nothing but an opinion to me expressed by someone. I don't let words try to hurt me because those words shouldn't hurt me. Call me names all you want because you're just another person stating an opinion.
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Bullying is a terrible thing, but unfortunately it's always going to exist because there are always sad people who like to insult others for no reason
Posted 5/6/15

qualeshia3 wrote:





An opinion no longer matters when you cause physical harm to someone. Verbal insult is nothing but an opinion to me expressed by someone. I don't let words try to hurt me because those words shouldn't hurt me. Call me names all you want because you're just another person stating an opinion.



Ok I get it...you're that kind of person "fuck what people think" and I am too... but kids don't have that kind of mature mentality so verbal bullying shouldn't matter to you but it should always matter as a problem in society that should not be tolerated.
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I can honestly say I never bullied I was a pretty big kid and the so called class bullys gave me a wide berth. I was never a bully myself I never saw a need for it.
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