There are several outcomes that are the result of being bullied as a child, but two of the most common are that 1. The person bullied crawls inside their shell and their self-esteem is damaged for quite some time and 2. That they use those words to motivate them for some sweet revenge!
-Every test in our life makes us bitter or better, every problem comes to break us or make us. The choice is OURS whether we become Victor or Victim. -✨ "oh I'm like this because … " / "oh.. this person made me this way that way" NO. YOU ARE THE REASON WHY YOU ARE WHERE YOU ARE, WHY UR LIFE IS THE WAY IT IS. STOP BLAMING OTHERS AND TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR OWN LIFE. You can't control what happens, and what people decide to do. Don't let outside circumstances or others change who you are. 🤷🏼♀️ But what you can control is the way you "respond." #getyourmindright #makeyourefate #takecontrolofyourlife
Not a “sweet revenge” in the sense that they become a bully themselves – we’ve unfortunately seen that cycle all too often – but in the sense that they go on to prove everyone wrong.
That kind of sweet revenge is the best kind!
When Yi Chen was a young girl living in Taiwan, she was taunted by her classmates and even her teacher for being muscular.
The teacher called her “elephant legs” and the children, in turn, referred to her as “King Kong Barbie.” Her own family even told her she was “too big.”
Yi was 10 at the time and very impressionable.
She quit playing sports and ate less so she could become “thin” like everyone wanted.