Well, first off this is the wrong board for this thread>>>/ub/
Secondly, you could probably stand to provide a little more detail to the situation so that anons can give better advice
I don't know, maybe don't bait us into telling us to kill yourself to get us banned? Quit shilling, dude.
if this is legit, get swole and shave your head and look dangerous. Nobody fucks with the kid who looks like they could shoot up the school at any damn moment.
If you are truly sincere about what you posted
I was bullied all they way from 2nd grade until I graduated high school
The only thing I can say to you is BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF THEM, BITE THEM, KICK THEM IN THE BALLS, GO COMPLETELY APESHIT AND DON'T LOOK BACK, HIT THEM WITH BOOKS, WHEN YOU SEE THEM, RUN INTO THEM, MAKE THEM SCARED, GO CRAZY, RUN THEM OVER, KNOCK THEM OVER IN THE HALLS BY RUNNING INTO THEM, BULLY THEM BACK A HUNDRED TIMES WORSE HIT THEM BACK HIT THEM BACK HIT THEM BACK UNTIL YOU GET KICKED OUT OF THAT SCHOOL And then you can attend another school fuck it
staying there is not worth it
I was bullied rather heavily when I was younger. Admittedly I had horrible hygiene habits and I was bullied for the way that I smell. My problem was that nobody I knew as a friend ever acknowledged that the bullies were right and it took me years to figure out that had I listened to what they were saying, I would have been able to improve my life much sooner than I did.
So my first bit of advice is to listen to what they say.
Do they say you dress like shit? That you're ugly? You smell like a sewer?
A little bit of hygiene goes a long way.
Its up to you, come to a decision on whether their claims have merit or not and if they do, make a change.
If improving yourself doesn't work or you decide that their claims have no merit, you'll have to earn their begrudging respect by being better than them at whatever that may be. >>5242
is an effective method, and it worked for me when I cornered my bully alone and punched him repeatedly in the head.
But 15 years down the line I wish I had listened to what they had to say and improved myself instead.