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  • - Lindsay


    My story started in middle school and made its way up to my senior year of high school. I never thought I was different until they started pointing it out. In middle school, I was new and I used to live in a very sheltered community. I did not really know much about how to act to what to where so I just stuck with my normal clothes, skirts and nice tops. Apparently, that is not how I was supposed to dress. They would laugh at me and call me names when I walked through the hallways. The whole Ginger fad broke out and people would call me that when they saw me. I thought they were always so immature but the pain lied not too far beneath. School was a nightmare at times and I could never go online either. Even though I did not have a Facebook or twitter, the kids would post stuff about me like, do not be like this one, or stop the ginger virus. I thought they would outgrow it in high school but I was wrong. All of the bullying continued, but it became more hurtful and more immature. One kid tried to cut my hair in 10th grade saying he was trying to “help me”. In 11th grade reached a breaking point and gave out to my emotions causing powerful panic attacks. I could not go to school without freaking out and getting sick. They made fun of me more because sometime I would have heavy breathing from it. Sometimes I wondered if it would be easier just to give in and commit suicide. I could not though; I would not let myself. I spent the last year holding on by a thread and the summer trying to forget. I felt more confident this year and tried not to listen. Sometimes I still hear them whisper but I cannot let it phase me. I am stronger than they are and I stand with my head held high now.