Teenagers often take themselves very seriously – partially because we are almost grown up, but we have not experienced enough. We all have been…

Teenagers often take themselves very seriously – partially because we are almost grown up, but we have not experienced enough. We all have been misunderstood or have misunderstood someone. Often, the problem is not how evil you are or another girl is. The problem is normally that we are not big enough to communicate with the other person how we interpret what they say or what they do, and how those messages have made us uncomfortable, or hurt. Instead, we tend to confront others, accuse others of the things that they might not even know they are doing. Some of the very serious bully cases did not begin with an evil intention. Most bullies just want to have fun – in the wrong way, and they are often not fully aware of their impact on others. Had someone communicated with them that what they do are very hurtful, grave consequences could have been prevented.
– Phy

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