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  • - Olivia


    I was 6 years old when it first started and I’d just started primary school. The first few days I could handle as it was only a few name calling here and there but as months past the name calling had become more frequent and harsh. My bullies would trip me when I was walking into the school gates, but they’d make sure my Mom didn’t see.

    Year 4 had come around and one there is only one thing I can remember about what happened was being humiliated for having a crush on a boy (Yea I know I was only 8/9). Having this done has really affected how I act around boys and when I say I love someone I actually mean it, yet I still end up pushing them away or hurting them totally by accident.

    By the time I’d reached year 5 I’d given up on trying to stop them so instead I let them get on with it hoping they’d eventually leave me alone, I was so wrong. In my primary school, we had a library corner outside the classroom. I was sent to grab a few books with the main bully who decided to trip me up. As I fell, I whacked the corner of my eye on the stand of the bookcase and sent to the hospital.

    The day I left primary school was the best as my main bully was moving away from the UK and her little gang of followers where going to a different school, yet the bully had to get the last laugh. It was golden time and our teacher literally gave us a load of PE equipment to sort out. My friends and I decided to play baseball, but 20 minutes later the bullies had joined. I was standing behind one bully who was about to bat but instead of hitting the ball she purposely hit my head, knocking me out. It’s a miracle I’m here.

    I still continue to get cyber bullied but it’s not that bad.
    Even though I’ve stopped being bullied and the bullies have gone they have seriously affected my life by leaving me with depression, paranoia and I have major trust issues which means I find it hard to now make friends and when people do get close I end up pushing them away.
    Constant suicidal thoughts walk hand in hand with my depression.