I get bullied in school
I get bullied in school cause I’m fat people say they will stick a pin in and I’ll burst like a balloon will that happen or they right
We are really sorry to hear that you’re going through such a tough time. It’s important to know that the hurtful words and actions of others don’t define your worth. People’s comments about your appearance are not a reflection of who you are as a person. It’s important to surround yourself with supportive friends and seek help from trusted adults, like teachers, parents, or school counsellors if this bullying continues, as they can provide guidance and support and stop the bullying.
Remember, your body is unique, and everyone deserves respect and kindness. No one has the right to make you feel less than you are. Here is an article which tells the difference between teasing and bullying which you may find helpful www.childline.ie/whats-the-difference-between-teasing-and-bullying/. It’s essential to focus on your well-being, both mentally and physically. It might be helpful to improve your self-love and confidence. Engage in activities that make you happy and boost your self-esteem. This article is about learning to ‘love the way you look’ www.childline.ie/draft-how-to-learn-to-love-the-way-you-look/.
Please know are not alone, and there are people who care about you and want to help. If you ever need someone to talk to, don’t hesitate to reach out to friends, family, or a mental health professional who can provide the support you need and deserve.
If you would like to talk to us some more, our Childline Team are here to help and support you too. We do not judge, and we can explore your options with you. You can contact us any time of the day or night, the Childline Listening service never closes, we are here for you 24/7/365. Our free-phone number is 1800 66 66 66 or you can use Live Chat on our website www.childline.ie.
Look after yourself and remember, we are here for you, anytime, any reason,