September 17, 2020
Bullying does not always have to be childish play; it can be extremely violent. People may be killed, bruised, or even injured. Kids under bad influence may turn very violent. Parents, relatives, friends, T.V., music and pictures may all influence people, especially when they are in a lowered state of mind.
Through my childhood in school I was bullied for multiple things such as the way I walk, talk who I decided to associate with and how I carried myself. Even people in my neighborhood teased me and picked on me made my up bringing feel worse than a regular traumatic experience. Being called hurtful names while people laughed really took a toll on my self-esteem making me feel less of a person even worthless. Up until entering high school I had a sigh of relief being able to have a fresh start (clean slate). In high school I wasn’t judged because of my mannerism or of my sexual preference people enjoyed being around me for my personality. As I recently celebrated my 24th birthday I look back on how going through my childhood it shaped/molded me into the young adult I’am today. I’ve realized the more I become older the less I begin to carrels about what others think or say to me. Even though I still run into people who feel they have the need to express their thoughts/views on my life makes me laugh because people cannot tell some else how to live the only life they’ve been given.