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    Addicted to my pain tried church yesterday and was ignored and I left crying .wanting to go to church I have no friends can I post on here. Will people be nice. people have mocked my pain and used it as a joke religious trauma #Bullying feeling alone in my pain. I'm heartless been thrown away. Can I go to a safe church. I have constant pain physically.

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    ° " Don't Understand Why People Love To Bully Me At Work.. It's 24/7 "° #breakdown Depression

    ° " So On Saturday It Was Very Hot In The Restaurant... And I Ended Up Having My Second Heat Exhaustion... My Boss And Some Of My New Co-worker's Were Making Fun Of Me And Being Childish... Idk How A Grown 50+ Year Old Woman Can Act Like This... And The New People Are Young But.. They Have Started To Complain About Working And Not Getting Break's... And Somehow I'm The One That Has Been Complaining Alot.. I Have Only Said About One Issue... Even Though Thier Are A Ton Of Issue's.. The Way This Restaurant Is Being Run.. Is A Distasteful... And Favoritism Basically Run's Amuck.. I Get Bullied At Anytime... I Stick Up For Myself Etc.. But I Still Get Blamed For Other People's Mistake's... This World Need's To Change "STOP THE BULLYING IT NOT RIGHT OR FAIR"... And Now I've Gotten My Hour's Cut???16.50 Hour's Of Work.. I'm Only Working For 3 Day's... If They Are Looking To Fire Me.. Without Any Reason... That's On Them.. I'm A Good Hard Worker.. " ° Sincerely, ¤▪︎▪︎▪︎SKAOI KVITRAVN ▪︎▪︎▪︎¤ #Bullying #Discrimination #racisim #Depression

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    Setting limits doesn't feel good

    #Depression #toxicfamily #Anxiety #Family #Bullying

    I am living in a house owned by my parents. But I don't live for free: I pay for services (water, electricity, internet, phone, more expenses, etc.), I buy groceries, I clean the house, I take care of my parents by going with them to their doctors' appointments, etc.

    I don't owe my sister and her husband any disclosure about what I provide to this house, and I never do it because is not their business, they are not my bosses.

    They find the chance to tell bully comments implying that I am a drag on my parents, and a failure because I live here.

    Yesterday my mother told a comment that time is not enough for her, immediately my sister looked at me and asked me in a mock way: Why does my mom don't have enough time? Does she have to take you to kindergarten?

    Of course, I told her "stop, stop telling me that kind of comment." Of course, as the bully she is, she told that it "is just a joke."

    Later my mother told me that I shouldn't pay attention to these comments, and I replied to her: so, she has the right and she can mind to tell me those comments, but shouldn't I have the right to defend myself against them?

    The only thing I am sure of is, the day I leave this house, I won't stop supporting financially this house, because I know my parent's retirement money is low.

    For 100000 times, she is the victim, the offended, and I am the ogre :(

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    Owning your truth and living authentically

    Paul was born with Cerebral Palsy. His mother was told he would never be able to walk. Growing up Paul was bullied and told he couldn’t do many things due to his Cerebral Palsy or lack of ability or intelligence. Paul had big goals and big dreams but he was ashamed. He was sad and angry all the time. It wasn’t until his coach believed in him that Paul was able to start believing in himself. He wanted to hide the fact that he had Cerebral Palsy but it wasn’t until Paul began accepting himself, loving himself, and owning his truth that he was able to become successful and make his dreams a reality. Paul’s story is important because it illustrates how important our words are and how 1 person believing in you can make all the difference.

    Listen to today’s podcast episode to hear Paul’s inspiring story.


    #CerebralPalsy #MentalHealth #Bullying #mindset #gratitudepractice #MentalHealthAwareness #CerebralPalsyAwareness #mentalhealthblog #mentalhealthpodcast

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    Overcoming the challenges of an autism diagnosis

    Jimmy was diagnosed with autism when he was in 3rd grade and he had much to overcome but on today’s podcast episode, he explains that most of what he needed to overcome was other people’s perceptions and treatment of him. He hated school. He was bullied by his peers and grew up feeling like an outcast but he was determined to overcome his challenges and didn’t let other people’s perceptions define him.

    Listen to today’s podcast episode to hear Jimmy talk about how he got to where he is today, thriving in college and an advocate for the autism community.


    #Autism #Autistic #AutismDiagnosis #AutismSpectrum #MentalHealth #Bullying #mentalhealthpodcast #MentalHealthAwareness #bullyingawareness



    Life is so lonely right now. Everything I do seems to be wrong. I’ve been bullied at work and everything is just too much

    #SexualAbuse #SexualAssault #Anxiety #lonely #Bullying #MentalHealth #Depression #PanicAttacks #CheckInWithMe #sad


    TW exclusionism, just a pessimistic outlook #venting

    Why are folks so evil? Like I know that not all of them are, but I feel like many are actually evil.
    It’s why I can’t trust most folks, especially on the internet. Because then they’ll probably backstab me for a sad reason like my zodiac sign or that I’m too sensitive or that I’m the host of a system. Or even that I’m nonbinary.

    Like seriously?? Instead of minding your own freaking business, you’re going to base someone down to their privates to determine someone else’s gender?? Do you know how many trans and intersex folk already suffer from such erasure and feelings of erasure?? And I already feel erased by being misgendered often… it’s why I always avoid eye contact with others, and that’s if I’m lucky…

    #anger #sad #Bullying


    I think my partner may have BPD

    I met my partner 11 months ago. He was,and still is, the most exciting person I've ever been with. I fell for him hard and fast, he reciprocated those feelings #BPD #relationship However, after a couple of months he started to behave erratically, he went away without telling me he was going. When he did contact me, he pushed aside my worries as if I was the one behaving strangely. He has continued to "disappear " about every 4-6 weeks, the longest he was away was 5 weeks. He usually contacts me after a day or two and says he loves me, misses me and needs me #selfsabotage He will also sometimes say that he can't carry on our relationship, that he's no good and I'll end up hating him. Throughout all of this, I have been there for him, trying to let him know how much I love him and that I'm not going to leave him. He has stolen money from me, so far he has paid me back every time #destructivebehaviour
    The thing is that I have #MajorDepressiveDisorder and become very low in mood when he leaves me with no warning. He has got better about communicating. What do people think, does it sound as if he could have BPD? He had a difficult childhood, was bullied at school and went into care for a short while. He was also in the forces and was bullied there #Bullying Can anyone offer advice about how I can get him to believe that my feelings for him are deep and strong. I want him to see the beautiful man that I see. Thank you for reading

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    A great resource for children dealing with trauma/grief

    The Machine Inside Me is a fabulous way to show children the gift of self-leadership and how to navigate the minefield of emotions they're faced with everyday! #PTSD #Trauma #traumatic grief #Bullying #iamthebossofme #brainscience #neuropsychology