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  • - Nayomie


    Growing up I was always so shy, like if a boy ever called me cute or tried to flirt I would get nervous. But girls start changing and everyone started growing except me, but when I did, and boys gave me more attention, and girls got a tad bit jealous. They started calling me nasty names. They started spreading rumors and it was girls who I thought were my friends. In freshman year my old best friend decided to enter my life again and I allowed it. I said everyone deserves a second chance, but she screwed me
    over and she made my new friends turn against me. I had no one but one friend and that friend wasn’t going to return sophomore year. Sophomore year came, and I often acted sick. I hadn’t dated for two years due to that insecurity. Sometimes I would hang out with friends and sometimes I would just be alone in this lonely area eating a cup n noodle just waiting for the bell to ring. I always got death threats, but just not as bad as the ones I got sophomore year and they were on this website that I opened to on my Instagram. I put a link because I had a couple thousand followers and I would post about music and stuff that I was passionate about because music was my only friend back then. I could be having the worse day and just buy playing the bass or singing it would all be better I even started giving bass classes. But summer was ending, and I was feeling depressed I didn’t want to go back to school, and I didn’t know who I would hang out with. It was crazy, so I started cutting. I told my mom I didn’t want to go, but it was only the third day of school and she made me go. I took some pills and my heart started racing, so I sat with the principal whom was my principal in elementary school. I was an accelerated student, so he didn’t understand why it would be going on, so they rearranged my schedule. I went to the hospital and then came back … I ran into some
    Really nice girls who would call me pretty and they’d compliment on how I dressed and it was amazing. But then there was really mean girls too who didn’t leave me alone, so I attempted again and that is when I felt like I lost myself when I moved schools. Basically, I ran away from my problems. I deleted my Instagram and I stopped showing what I loved. I often just slept and ate and woke up I had a therapist and then as I was playing music one day I decided to go back and face my problems. I didn’t want to let them win. When I went back to school and I didn’t let them trip me, I just stepped on them and used it as a step closer to the future, I am now really positive and that caused me to mature way more than I was before I am going to college next year I have my stuff together and life is great there is ALWAYS a light at the end of the tunnel