Tag: bullying

This is the tag bullying. It lacks a fancy-schmancy description, likely due to the following:

  • Itโ€™s so new.
  • Itโ€™s undeniably fancy and self-explanatory.
  • I canโ€™t be bothered to write one.

I have realized it doesn’t matter what I say anymore. If I express myself and my thoughts and my feelings, then I am wrong. Those of you talking behind my back who think things I listed out in the blog following my collaboration of thoughts really didn’t get it. I was not talking about you – […]

Society makes twenty-one year olds out to be party people, people who speed, people who drive crazy, people who drink ’til they’re drunk, etc. There are all of these stereotypes displaying how things should go, what I should do, what I should think, what I should see, etc. I don’t want to be one of […]

It’s that time of the month again where I choose five posts from the previous month and talk about them. Here I go… 100 Facts About Me 26-30 – I’m more behind on this meme/challenge of mine than I intended. I’m going to make myself come up with things this month to get to at […]

Catchy title, huh? Probably made you wanna click it to read more? Yeah, okay. Way to go, me. For those of you just tuning in, I am vulnerable and have been for quite some time now. Actually, I think it began ever since the birth control. I’ve been suffering from depression. Not diagnosed, but I […]

The life of a vine involves many twists and turns – it grows forward; it grows toward the light. Yesterday I worked on my room. It has gone from being a complete disaster to an organized mess. I haven’t completed the entire cleaning and organizing process yet – when I was vacuuming the closet, the […]

Last night I watched the news. Last year 3 DISD high school students committed suicide because of bullying. I knew DISD was bad, but I did not think it was – nor could be – that bad. All schools have bullies, and all schools should have anti-bullying policies; however, there are still many that do […]

Is it weird that most of my online friends are in high school? 1. There were cliques. But it didn’t matter whether you were or weren’t a part of them. You didn’t have to worry about “making the cut” or anything like that. Yet, there were still a few groups you did have to make […]