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Sometimes when I don’t understand something in class I don’t raise my hand and ask the professor to explain it again. I do it most of the time, but I need to get into the habit of doing it all the time.
Before he died, I wanted to ask him why he stopped living when I still needed him to be here.
Every time he made a joke about my weight. I finally said something, but now it’s too late. LOL RHYMES.
Every time I’ve seen someone being bullied. The one time I tried to stand up for someone, everyone turned on me and it terrified me. So now I don’t do it at all.
When I get bullied. I usually “suffer in silence,” and never say anything. Hopefully that’s about to change.
so many times
i do it all the time something i’m not proud of …i do it in class when i don’t understand something , i don’t raise my hand and ask the professor to reexplain it , i do not speak out for myself i suffer in silence too , the most horrible moment when i walked on my *** while he was watching porn and he did not bother to turn the channel and he never say “i am sorry ” i should have speak out that time i should not let him get away with it , we are not the same anymore there is a wall between us and i just can not forgive him it really hurt me , i never told anyone about it , i should stop talking because the thought of it make me want to puke .
When this girl in one of my classes talks s*** about people, most of which are my friends, I get too scared to stand up for them because this girl could take me down in a second.
when i thought my words would hurt others
I don’t ask for help in school because people will think I’m stupid.
when he said ‘i love you.’
At all the times when I should have.
i could have told child protective services the truth when i was 7 and again when i was 17. i would have been safe from my father, but they would have separated my sisters and i in foster homes. i still wonder if i made the right decision for all of us, or was just being selfish.
When I didn’t stand up for people they made fun of even though I know what it is like.
I’ll have to think about that one more. I believe I did everything I needed to in each situation, whether it’s speak up or not.
When she said those things that I was taught to speak up against. I should have told her to shut up or that it was offensive. She’s 20 years older than me, she should know better.
from the ages 5-9, when that freak was still here and i could have justice
So many times… when he called me a coward for not protecting my sister when I was twelve. When he destroyed myself and my sisters emotionally. When he spoke about other races in derogatory a manner. When I finally did, I had never felt more proud of myself, I just wish I could have done it sooner.
When she told me to choose her or my best friends of 8 years, I couldn’t stand up to her.
When I see someone getting bullied or picked on, and don’t do something about it. I really hate myself for doing so, but I guess I’m just scared.
I should’ve said something when someone makes fun of someone else, and when I liked someone else but was too afraid to speak to them. Sad, isn’t it?
Standing up for someone who’s making fun of.
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