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  • - Lacey


    Hi, my name is Lacey. All throughout my school years I was bullied. From being thrown into trash cans, thrown against lockers, pushed inside lockers, my stuff being stolen, the staff not believing me (even at a Roman Catholic elementary school), to having food thrown at me at lunch, to being called names and so much more. I lived in fear to go to school every day of my school career… Even though I may be 22 years old now, I’m still kind of scared to go back for a second program that I’ve been planning on doing for a few years now. The bullying got so bad that when I was 14 or 15 (beginning of grade 10) until I was 17 (April of my grade 12 year) I was self-harming, attempted suicide so many times and just wanted to give up on life… I have always turned to my faith whenever things got tough but sometimes when this stuff is going on and you don’t feel as though you’re being protected from such severe bullying, my faith definitely shook and broke many times. To be completely honest, I don’t even recognize who I truly was when I was self-harming and attempting suicide… I didn’t want to live at all until September 2016. I started a program run through my church called Freedom Session. It is a 28-week program to help you heal from your past hurts… One of my BIGGEST past hurts definitely was all the bullying that I endured. I tried to help others, tried to understand why I was being bullied, or even understood why their lives were so bad that they had to use me as their human punching bag… Ever since completing the Freedom Session program a few weeks ago (May 16th, 2017 was graduation) and getting baptized by my own will on May 28th, 2017, I finally understand it was never my fault. It was never me doing anything really but it was them. I recently watched the movie “A Girl Like Her” and understood even more than the phrase hurt people hurt people is so true… Now I will be entering my next program soon (either January or September 2018) for my Child and Youth Worker/Care Program. With my Early Childhood Educator program under my belt as well as the bullying past I believe that I will be able to be a better advocate for the “victim” in the situations… I am stronger now and continue to gain strength through my faith.