Men Respond To Their Childhood Bullies


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  1. I was bullied for looking like a baby when I was in middle school because I had not hit puberty. I did not hit puberty because I jumped up a grade. My response is," at least I don't look like a person who bullies people, but I look like the smartest girl in the school who is the youngest!"

  2. I was bullied at school and abused at home all through out my childhood and even basically considered the laughing stock of the playground I had a disability and they called me pee boy and I was bullied at all 5 schools that I went to and physically abused and emotionally abused repeatedly through out my childhood by my mom and both my stepfathers and after I constantly told my teachers and even told my mother and they didn't listen so I ended up becoming a bully myself yah my childhood was pretty traumatic for me and sometimes it makes me feel so numb thinking about it I was abused by traumatized monsters bullied by troubled kids got constantly denied by adults and even sort of at 1 point made me become a traumatized monster myself

  3. Lmao people in class don't even wanna bully me cuz I have literally no reaction. I would litterally stare at them, dead in the eye and say "ok"

    So that kids, is how you get people to stop messing with you. 😉

  4. Not to sound bitter or be degrading over their experiences, but someone saying you had elf-ears and it sticking with you is something I wouldn't define as 'bullying.'
    I know several people that were beaten and spit at daily, tormented by the same people, over and over, and thát is what I call bullying.
    Again, sorry if it comes across mean, you've got every right to be upset over it but I wouldn't define it as bullying if the intention was a friendly; 'Elf ears.'