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Question school - March 23rd 2011, 05:49 PM

i'm in high school and again the same girls from the last three years are telling me i'm worht less..............but now i starting to belive them,
so what do i do?

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Re: school - March 23rd 2011, 07:54 PM

Don't listen to them. They are just teasing you. I would just ignore every word that they say. Distance yourself from them. You are not worthless. If you still recieve problems from this person, let a teacher or the school staff know.

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Re: school - March 23rd 2011, 08:05 PM

Hey sweetie.. You are not worthless!!! I agree, let some teachers or staff know what's going on. I went through a lot in school too, and God knows it's not easy. But you are strong for making it this far!! Never believe what they say. Don't give in to what they want you to believe. Then, you're doing what they want you to do, (cave in) and then they can do more things to torment you, and it would put you in an even worse place. You are a strong person who has a ton of support here on TH. Hold your head high, smile, and prove them wrong girlie!! The best thing, I think, is to show them that they don't affect you. Then, they're the ones who were wrong about you! Always be yourself. Everyone is different, and anyone who disrespects you being you is not worth your time or effort!

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Re: school - March 23rd 2011, 11:01 PM

Definitely tell an adult about it if its bothering you. You are not worthless, and those girls just want to make you feel bad about yourself - don't give them the satisfaction! Keep your head high and believe in yourself, feel free to talk to me anytime

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Re: school - March 23rd 2011, 11:11 PM

Teasing is definitely not okay. You are most definitely not worthless. Often times those sorts of remarks will really stem from one of the members of that group and the consensus that you see is some form of conformity. The fact that multiple people agree in no way infers validity. Most of them did not come to their conclusions independently.

I agree with previous posters that getting an adult (preferably a teacher or someone in authority at the school) involved would help.

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