How to deal with bullies

Bullying. To use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something. When you shame someone and bully them, it stays with them. That person will never forget how they felt when they were humiliated. They will never forget feeling like they didn’t belong or feeling like something was wrong with them

Change your mindset

When you enter into the gates of your secondary school, I know how easy it can be to think the worst. However, if you change your mindset and make it positive. You’ll be able to see the positive influence good words have. Whatever, anybody says that is negative and puts you down is not useful- and won’t build your character. Refuse negative thoughts and thoughts of pain. Focus on your happiness and positivity.

Love ourselves so fiercely, that when others see us they know exactly how it should be done.

Ignore it

I know. You are probably screaming at the computer screen dreading, I said those words. Yes. Simply ignore it. a) Ignoring a person’s rude comments will show how mature you’re and b) back-firing at a person’s comment will simply lead to an argument; who wants that?

Overcome

Turn your pain into a passionate song or dance. Everybody has various ways of defeating pain. Additionally, use your talents in order to conquer the bullies hatred. Things will get better, it all takes time. If you can’t see anything beautiful about yourself; get a better mirror, look a little closer, stare a little longer. Because there’s something inside you that made you keep trying, despite everyone who told you to quit. You built a cast around your broken heart and inside of yourself and you decided

THEY WERE WRONG. Celebrate yourself today

Be happy

At the end of the day, “bullying is a choice” – Humble The PoetYou can overcome bullying by simply being happy. I know it isn’t the easiest action, however, surround yourself with positive actions and people in order to lift your spirits high.

Story-time

I remembered getting bullied at a young age, however, it made me stronger as a person and trust in the Lord more than ever. In all honesty, my faith and my relationship with Jesus Christ is changing my life. Having been persecuted of my faith has not only made me stronger in myself but more dependent on the Lord and his great ways. 2 Thessalonians 2:3 ”But the Lord is faithful; he will strengthen you and guard you against the evil  one.”

I know that through anger, hurt and pain JESUS IS MY COMFORT AND NOTHING. Nothing can be of a better comfort.

Honey boo boo, do YOU. As long as you aren’t hurting or causing pain to someone else or disobeying God’s commands.Keeping being you. Dress the way you want to dress and act the way you want to act. Don’t let no bullies cover your light with darkness. Smile and …

BE YOU x

You are good enough, smart enough, beautiful enough, and strong enough. Believe it and never let insecurity run your life

This has been a collaboration with the wonderful Olivia.

Her Instagram: OLIVIAXCVE

How you ever been bullied? Leave your thoughts/stories below.

Keep up to date on my journey using twitter and Instagram 

Until next time,

J.

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