so obviosly i crying. this girl is makeing people turn against me. i dont know what to do
Hi Anna, you hang in there sweetie, my daughter went through the same thing when she was in school. She started telling them that if they had to take responsibility for a health condition they would never survive cause it wouldn't go with their popularity image. Her other statement was: Your only being mean to me cause your not happy with the path you chose for your life, Then she would walk away with a smile and not care what they had to say. When she graduated they wanted to be her friend, she told them where to go cause if she wasn't good enough in school, they are not good enough for her future.....when I heard this all I could do was laugh and congratulate her for taking a stand. Your a strong girl and you will make it through this as my daughter did. School is important, hold strong and try to shut them out.
They will see later in life that they should have taken a different look at the situation. The saying goes: What goes around comes around. The lord will take care of it in time, believe in yourself that is what matters the most.
I don't know the relationship with you and your parents, I don't know what to say to help you with that.
Everyone here are always listening so vent away, wishing I was there to hug you, that always helped when my daughter was down. Just remember we love you and are here to support you.
I am so sorry Anna! Try not to let it get to you. Also, confronting them calmly and politely can fix problems fast. I hope you can sort this out. Just know that I'm praying for you and am here for you.
Anna don't listen to them. you are an amazing person and they are just jerk offs. blow them off and be yourself. all they can do is talk your real friends will never leave you.
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