What the US Presidents, and Celebrities, Past and Present, Should Teach You if You are a Victim of Bullying

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Every US President, from Kennedy to Reagan to Clinton, from Bush, Obama to Trump, they all had bullies and enemies.

It’s the same with big celebrities. Tom Cruise, Patrick Swayze, Prince, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and several other stars were also bullied.

They all had people who talked bad about them, tried to destroy them. They all had “haters”, with Clinton and Trump, being perhaps the two worst talked-about presidents, and Taylor Swift having, perhaps, the most haters. And the thing is, these individuals are or were considered “highly successful” and “exceptional” people.

They had to be to hold such esteemed positions as President of the United States of America.

This should be proof that anytime someone says negative things about you, or bullies you, that it really is NOT about you.

If such high ranking officials and stars get verbally assaulted everyday, even by the news media, then you must know that everyone- EVERYONE has people who hate them. And because they get bullied, doesn’t mean they are in any way defective.

Remember that bullies want you to believe that you are less than and want to convince others of this too. It is no different in Hollywood and Washington, DC anytime an election rolls around or when a new president takes office. It’s like this with all office holders. It’s the same with celebrities when they do a news interview.


The difference is that these stars and officials “choose” not to let any of it bring them down and they go on to do their jobs as they see fit, despite having a barrage of the most malicious insults and criticism thrown in their directions.

The moral of this is: If presidents get bullied and they’re able to see through the lies and know their own worth, then naturally, you should too. You are not a wimp, crazy, loser or whatever they call you. Presidents have been called the worst names in the English Language, yet they still know their value and kept pushing their agendas because they know in their hearts that they are neither of these things. You can be the richest, most successful, most beautiful, and most awesome and still have people who look down on you. Therefore, you should know also that YOU…are not what your bullies call you. You don’t have to change for anyone. Stay your true, awesome self! You’re worth it!

Books by Cherie White

0 thoughts on “What the US Presidents, and Celebrities, Past and Present, Should Teach You if You are a Victim of Bullying

  1. Brenda Jones says:

    I am not trying to get political here but I loathe that about Trump. If you ever read his Twitter feed the man is a constant bullying calling people 5 year old names. That is not the behavior the Leader of the Nation should be promoting.

    • cheriewhite says:

      Brenda, I dont get political on here. Different presidents and celebrities were used as examples because victims need to know.that people in high places, good or bad, get lambasted too. Which is.proof that just because theyre bullied doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with them.

      In no.way am I promoting anyone here.

  2. Michael Lapointe says:

    What about leaders that use their positions to bully? The higher the bad leadership is up the chain the more probable that a toxic environment will be created. Now think of a leader of a country … if that leader is toxic, what do you think the effects will be on the very structures of that countries institutions? What happens when a country’s democracy no longer follows normal democratic rule because of one’s leader’s vitriol behaviour, ignorance and just plain hubris that he/she thinks they are the best thing since Jesus set foot on earth? Sure all leaders are ‘bullied’ but I’m talking those who feign injury when bullying others who stand in his/her way. These leaders create fear in order to control others. Fear dumbs down people … it is a tool use by unscrupulous leaders to control. The normal person on the street are paralyzed against something like this and find some way to justify bad leaders. This has happened in the past … it is happening now … and will happen in the future. If you need to ask any population about this … how about asking the ordinary Germans who were not Nazis but blinded themselves figuratively to survive what they were seeing right in front of them.

    • cheriewhite says:

      I’m not promoting anyone here. I only used different presidents and celebrities as examples. The point to this post is that even people in high places, good or bad, have enemies and that just because you have them doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with you. That’s the point.

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