Bullying haunts, us a long way. Short stories on mental health about a man who was bullied at school and how his life took a U-turn.
“Bullying is hurting. It might be all fun to those who do it but for people who are the victims, it affects them the most. Sometimes it takes away the life that we wished to live. This has happened to me and I have life paused since then.”
Flashback to class 7. Bullying haunts, us a long way. Short stories on mental health
It started when I was told to speak on a topic for the science project. I prepared well and knew the fact that my English was not that good. But tried my best and it was well appreciated by all teachers and my close friends.
But there were a group of friends who made fun of me. Yes, I was not the best with English speaking but I tried. They bullied me throughout my whole schooling. Even now, I am in my Engineering and still have the fear of being judged.
I was traumatized, it was extremely difficult for me to speak in Infront of a small gathering as well. I was frozen once when I tried to make a speech. Then a group of friends from my college was my biggest support.
They helped me overcome my anxiety and were among the first to cheer me up when I tried to speak in public. They were God-sent friends. It is because of their constant cheering and pushing I was able to come out of the bullying trauma that I faced in school.
Bulling haunts us a long way. Short stories on mental health
This is a simple fiction story about how small things matters for Mental Health. How do friends comes to rescue us from being further drowning in depression and anxiety.
In this series, I would write about more such fiction stories in which small elements would help the character into a better state of mind.
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