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I just wanted to look "cool" and I didn't know that they were hurting you.I still hung out with you but you were never happy.While the boys called you bad names, I did nothing because I was too afraid.I should have raised my voice and help you with the courage of a young and strong woman. You are what you see in been bullied every year for no always been kind and caring to everyone but they treat me as if i bullied some 'friends' betrayed me.right now i only have two friennds.i cant even talk to one of them because people keep interrupting not fair that i live like this.i wish there would never be bullies .i cant even stand up to them because im too only shy when i talk in person.usually i am shy Dear Future Self, I'm so sorry for all that I have been putting you through.And the times where you were on the verge of tears but just smiled to cover it up.I hope you have learned how to express your feelings and forgive those who hurt you.
I took you for granted, whispered untruths, and left you alone when you needed me most. I’m sorry you feel like you have to wear makeup to cover up your gorgeous face and birthmark. Every time you come over which is like once or twice a year your on your phone. You tell me but I just kinda ignore and forget and then start laughing again. I really want to try and get to know you better no laughing and no fun. I love you (like a friend love..) and I want to always be there when you need me.It has been three months and I apologize to you every day and I pray for you.I never should have hang out with Rachelle and her clique and I never should have made up so many rumors about you.My 11 year-old daughter attended one of your assemblies yesterday at her school, and she had some interesting comments to make on our ride home.Although she (and I) appreciate the positive intention and mission statement of your campaign, my daughter felt that the exclusionary nature of the program, limited only to girls, actually had the effect of enforcing negative stereotypes of the archetypal "mean girl," as if boys were not also the victims and perpetrators of bullying.
One time at a sleepover we had I remember waking up, looking over, and seeing those scars on your arms.