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People from all over the world have been bullied and cyber bullied. They have shared their stories, poems and experiences with you. By learning about what others go through, you come to realize that many targets go through the same struggles. You are not alone. We may post your story or poem on our site. If you wish to post your story you can click now.


  • - Brianna


    As a younger girl I was always in the “popular group”. I always had friends that cheered me on and hoped for the best. I came from a small town and stuck with my friends through good and bad. They saw me cry, they saw me laugh, they saw me, for me. It wasn’t until I came to college where everything changed. I moved to a different country to play golf at the collegiate level. I thought I was through all the drama and immaturities of life. I was so ready to move on with my life, and so excited to meet new friends.

    The excitement, the self confidence, the pride, the joy is no longer here as I write this message.

    The name calling, the betrayals, the silence after I speak, the eye rolling, the words spoken behind my back, the whispering while I stand in front of them, the ditching, the belittling, the ignorance.

    Before college I would have never thought these little things would be able to weigh me down to the deepest part of the sea. After counseling, medication, hospital visits, psychiatrist.. I still cannot take the weights off my shoulders. I still struggling to reach the surface.

    Even though I have made friends outside of my team, I still have a hard time believing what people say and trusting them. What they have done to me has scarred me. This is something that I will not be able to remove. But I hope one day I can say that it made me stronger. I want to say that I have thicker skin and I am not afraid to be myself, as I am now in my third year of college. However, I would be lying. I am silenced by the group, as I know whatever words come out of my mouth will cause some sort of issue. I do not know why these girls do not like me. Not one person on the team as ever confronted me for what I did/said that makes them treat me like this. I want to know why I am a target. I want to know how it makes them feel to see me in pain. I want to know what pleasure they get out of making someone feel so small. I want to be the bigger person and stick up for myself.. but I am scarred, fearful, insecure, and overpowered.

    I want people to read my story because people think that bullying only happens during teenage years. This is not true. Not only in college, but also in the workplace many people undergo similar bullying problems. Bullying is something that NEEDS to stop. As a victim of bullying, I can say it is the closest I have been to death. I never thought I could/would be suicidal until I experienced it first hand. Stay strong. Address the issue of bullying before it becomes 100 pounds of weight on your shoulders in the middle of the sea. This isn’t a small problem in our society. I am a survivor of this demoralizing epidemic. Do not let it take the best of you. Everyone is different, everyone is beautiful, everyone has talent, everyone DESERVES to be here. Please, from my story learn from my mistakes. Even though bullying still impacts my life to this day. I can deal with it. I can say I am a survivor because I am stripping the wights off my shoulders slowly but surely. I am making my way to the top of the sea. I want every other victim to get help before they get too deep. I want them to reach out, there are many more people out there than you could ever think. Use your resources and don’t get weighed down by bullying. Be strong and stand tall