“Words wound and scar,” as Sue Dreamwalker says in this post. Please head over to her insightful post on bullying to read more. ♥
As a victim of bullying in high school… (to the point where I dropped out completely) this is very, very relevant.. thanks.
This is tough to read, grumpygorman.. I do hope you know now that it was the bully’s insecurities rather than you that were at the core of the issue xx
I sympathise and sorry it got so bad you couldn’t stand it any longer.. Thank you for reading
It happens. ;) You’re welcome
Marvelous choice to share, Christy. Hugs!
I agree, it happens all too often unfortunately, and even my young granddaughter aged 7 has had issues with bullying in her school..
Dear Christy.. Many thanks dear friend for resharing my post.. I really appreciate you shared on here…
Much Love and Gratitude to you, I know you understand also this topic very well my friend..
Love and Hugs dear Christy and enjoy your Sunday :-)
Such a worthy share from beautiful Sue. <3
Hard subject matter as it brings back many thoughts of youth. The bully has always been there close at hand to exercise their self appointed tactics. I was the scapegoat for one such bully until the day I chose to stand my ground, what ensued was establishing a new role. I decided at an early age I would not be like him and chose rather to to love and respect.
Hugs from Alberta
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