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Topic: I feel so Ugly..

2 posts, 0 answered
  1. Ameliaxo
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    1 posts
    24 June 2019

    I'm In high school and for a long time I've felt so ugly so useless lately things are getting worse and I just really hate my life at this point my friends try to tell me I'm not ugly but I never believe them.. I also get bullied and people play stupid jokes on me just to embarrass me I start to feel so dead inside. 2 weeks ago I broke up with my Girlfriend and I'm still going through breakup lose and I guess everything is going on and I've been on verge of tears all week I just need some help.. If there is someone else out there that is going through the same thing lets just say I feel your pain..

  2. quirkywords
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    25 June 2019 in reply to Ameliaxo

    Ameliaxo

    Welcome to the forum and thanks for writing your first post.

    It is a long time since I was in high school but I can relate to feeling I was ugly and student teasing me and making jokes at my expense.

    I used to feel so alone.

    I think that you are feeling sad at the breakup with your girlfriend.

    Crying is a way to release your emotions.

    Do you have a friend, or a teacher or a counsellor you can talk to.

    When you are feeling up to it and , have you ever contacted

    eHeadspace 1800 650 890 or online www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/

    Kids Helpline 1800 551 800 or online www.kidshelpline.com.au/get-help/webchat-counselling

    Thanks again for sharing your story and feel free to post here as much as you like.

    Quirky