Every day at school, you are brutally bullied physically, mentally or emotionally, and can no longer concentrate, socalize, grow, or learn. You are "saved by the bell"at the end of each school day. To you, it's more than just a ring; it's the ticket that allows you to venture home to your safe place away from your bullies.
After another exhausting jam-packed day, you retreat to your room to start your homework and study for your classes. You have more work than your peers though, because you are falling behind and you wish to catch up to succeed. You thought you were safe from your bullies, until you realize that somehow you've managed to actually bring your unwelcome oppressors home with you in the form of fear and worry.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, you receive repeated blocked phone calls and nasty text messages telling you that you are useless, stupid, ugly, fat, nerdy, geeky, slutty, and etc. The taunting messages haunt your computer as well, which you're forced to use for your homework and social media networks. You try ignoring the texts and calls by putting your phone on silent or shutting it off; you start recieving emails, IMS, messages, tweets, and etc from your bullies online. You see comments, tags, photos, and posts that are demeaning and defaming your character. There is a fake social media network profile with your name and photo writing awful, obscene, and promiscuous status and tweets pretending to be you.
Unsure of who is even attacking you, you become sick to your stomach from fear.
Are these my bullies? Are they my best friends? My classmates? Who would do this? Why me?
You feel scared, alone, and hated. You keep rethinking about the messages that your bullies were saying:
"Everyone hates you . . . Go kill yourself . . . If you didn't show up to school tomorrow no one would care."
Your parents are downstairs completely unaware your bullying situation. You don't know who to trust. You can't even trust yourself, should you believe the messages? You are completely surrounded in your room by debilitating emotions and questions, but at the same time you feel completely alone. We are here for you.