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girls and bullying (quite long)

Posted by amy_oz on November 17, 2003, at 21:11:16

After coming to terms with a bipolar/mixed episode or anxiety/depression (depending on which doctor)episode that chucked me into hospital. I'm going on a bit of soul search on how I've always treated myself pretty badly and the causes.

What I've come up with is that, most if not all stemmed fom the fact that I was severely bullied from the age of 5-15 and mainly from girls, althought sometimes from boys.

I never thought it was a "worthy" enough cause of mental health problems,until I started reading about bullying and girls and how insidious it is. I now don't trust friendships with other people, often think everyone hates me and am incredibly sensitive and anxious. I'm only now starting to recognise a good natured jibe for what it is.

I guess what I'm getting to is wanting to know stories from you guys and possible ways of dealing with it through therapy and self help etc. I didn't know if this kind of post belonged to the social site or not.

Thanks for reading this long post





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