One year agoOne year ago was hell,One year ago by kikielzinga
of sadness, pain and sorrow.
It felt like being in a cell,
I saw no tomorrow.
I though the pain would never end,
sometimes there was no hope.
Nobody that would understand,
with what I had to cope.
I decided to fight back,
to not be giving in.
Sometimes I thought I lost the track,
but in the end I did still win.
Everything is better now,
so different than last year.
If I think about it I think: how?,
but when I do I cheer.
So if you’re ever fighting,
and you’re about to stop.
Than think about this writing,
I promise you’ll reach the top.
The Declaration of Rights of the BulliedYou have the right to feel pain and hurt when someone says or does something that hurts you, even unintentionally.The Declaration of Rights of the Bullied by RobynRose
You have the right to brush off someone else's words and actions and not allow them to affect your life.
You have the right to lose respect for someone who hurts you.
You have the right to be empathetic, and choose to understand that their words don't necessarily mean who they are.
You have the right to believe that someone is bullying you out of sheer sadistic cruelty.
You have the right to believe that sometimes the meanest people are those who are the most hurt inside.
You have the right to stand up for yourself in the heat of the moment. To call out behaviour that hurts you or others. To point fingers and say "This is wrong. This needs to change."
You have the right to stand up for yourself days, weeks, months or years after the fact. Sometimes you graduate from school and you and that bully are both in your 30s. Maybe they've matured. Maybe they haven't. You ha