Bullies want you to believe that you’re nothing without their approval.
They want you to think that they control your very existence and that you can’t make friends, find a date, make the sports team, win a prize or have any successes without their say so.
Understand that this is how they brainwash you to wrest complete control and domination over your life. If they can make you believe that you’re nothing without their approval, then they succeed in taking away your power!
But know this! You do not need approval from anyone except the people who love you back. If the person doesn’t see your worth, their opinions of you shouldn’t matter.
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Great dear Cherie Keep it Up.
Thank you so much, Krishna. 🙂
Uhhh…no I don’t think so! We have seen evidence of this on the public domain, as well as in a private setting a lot. I never thought brainwashing was as real as I’ve seen it, and so many folks easily allow themselves to fall into that trap as if they owe the bully something! SMH 😣 Sad!!! 😝
You said that right, Kym! It’s sad that so many people never make the connection between bullying and government tyranny!
Guuuurrrrllllll…now I couldn’t have said that any better! 😜 Booyah! 🎤
Thank you so much, girl! <3
You’re absolutely welcome my Cherie amour! 😉
Oh man, I remember 7th grade, some of my bullies tried to pretend they were my friend so they can crap on me later. One of them, real surname “Meronek” — rhymes with Moronic — has been arrested and convicted a number of times.
I’m sorry you endured such horrific treatment, Jen. But I’m not surprised. Many of my bullies ended up on the wrong side of the law too and it’s usually what happens.
Thank you. She was one of many. I was put in a special school after that horrific year and my emotional health improved manifold.
I’m so glad you overcame her, Jen. <3
She believes me over my narc ex-husband. I am sorry for the confusion. I am panromantic however only been in relationships with men.
Wrong comment, sorry. I got confused.
My goodness! I honestly needed to hear this. Wow! My ex fiancée bullied me a lot
I’m so glad it helped, sweetie. And I’m so sorry he treated you so badly. Stay strong. He’ll get his karma one day and you’ll be free of him.