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Forgiving Your Bullies


Bullying is something that we have all faced at one point in our lives or another. Whether it be at home, at school, or on the job; we have all had a moment where a person or a group of people seem to want nothing more in life than to make you miserable.

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  • August 28, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    Well, this just annoys me. Bullies raising their kids to not be bullies. What a load of bullshit!
    In my experience the bullies parents are also bullies, and the grandparents.
    And how can i ever forgive the cowardly thugs that drove my child to have a complete mental breakdown – from which he never recovered.
    I would love to be able to forgive these despicable human beings, and not see their ugly sneering faces in my minds eye every day, but in reality, I can’t, because my child, (now an adult), is severely unwell as a result of the cruel, terrifying daily abuse.
    I just hoped and prayed hey were exposed and punished for what they did…but they covered their tracks with lies and crocodile tears… Claiming they were the victims!!!!! Most of all now, I just hope that they are sorry and don’t do it to anyone else…
    But I’m not holding my breath waiting for an apology.

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  • October 5, 2018 at 7:56 am

    I was bullied for about four years in school and would have to say it scarred me. I think the years of childhood shape you in ways that are hard to walk away from. I can’t really ever trust the world as a kind place because of going through that.

    I can see that they were just children caught up in the racist attitudes of our society. The people I find hard to forgive are the adults. The teachers and parents who shaped our world and let that happen. Are still letting that happen to this day. Perhaps I would have to look a generation back into their histories to understand why they thought that was okay.

    Bullying, racism, classism are all poisons passed down the generations. To me what would matter the most was if I saw society as a whole trying to change these vile attitudes. It’s a lot to forgive.

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  • March 27, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    I was bullied at work at19/now 55. I had a nervous breakdown and anorexia I was naive and did not stand up for myself but now I would love to see some of those bully fools just try to start messing with me!

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