They Bullied Me In Front Of My Mom...

11 Apr 2020
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Helpful books on bullying that I mentioned in this video:
Sticks and Stones by Emily Bazelon: www.amazon.com/Sticks-Stones-Defeating-Rediscovering-Character/dp/0812982630
Hold On to Your Kids by Gordon Neufeld & Gabor Mate: www.discoverbooks.com/Hold-on-to-Your-Kids-Why-Parents-Need-to-Matter-p/0676974724.htm?cond=0002&gclid=CjwKCAjwssD0BRBIEiwA-JP5rLroDCGUXzNW-VamnVizjrxEJJ2x5nBbOf70hcbaN9zEFCdshtWThRoCQBEQAvD_BwE
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I'm Molly, a typical sushi, makeup, and fashion loving millennial girl who just so happens to be blind! I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at just 4 years old and began public speaking at age 5. I started just doing motivational speaking, but now I make videos and even model! Even though I can’t see, I know that there are bright spots in everything we face. Let’s find them together. 💕

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  • Have you ever been bullied? Share any advice you have, or tips and tricks that helped you to cope or overcome it. Don't forget to check out the description box to find links to the books I mentioned that have great resources and info to help parents, teachers, and maybe even you! Sending you all my love and remember, this too shall pass.

    Molly BurkeMolly BurkeVor 9 Monate
    • Same thing happened to me, your not alone

      Madeleine EivaliMadeleine EivaliVor 2 Tage
    • I was bullied in 7th grade cuz my dad died and they were telling me to die and stuff, and the thing is that I don't know who was doing it, these were all in notes

      PENELOPE MARTINEZPENELOPE MARTINEZVor 11 Tage
    • @Willow the Parrotwing ❤️❤️

      LuciaLuciaVor 18 Tage
    • @Lucia you seem like a great sibling :) I will pray for you guys ❤️

      Willow the ParrotwingWillow the ParrotwingVor 18 Tage
    • @Willow the Parrotwing Aw man, that sucks. I'm really sorry, and I do try to make things easier for her but tis complicated... I'll pray for you :)

      LuciaLuciaVor 19 Tage
  • Wish I'd been there. They would have cared.

    virtualatheistvirtualatheistVor 18 Stunden
  • Glad you have a loving relationship with your mom

    Starr MeadowsStarr MeadowsVor 4 Tage
  • If your mom was the bully how do I get over it?

    Starr MeadowsStarr MeadowsVor 4 Tage
  • Can you do a story time on getting surgery in your eye

    mollymollyVor 7 Tage
  • How do I learn to love myself if my hole life has been hell

    Ray ArcherRay ArcherVor 7 Tage
  • Man... They're just SO RUDE... Unless you're some kind of a big-shot kid, those kinds of people will get directly expelled in my high school btw.

    Meira EveMeira EveVor 9 Tage
  • I dealt with and viewed bullying in a similar manner...I was bullied pretty much from 7th grade-12th...never had many friend before that, and we kind of excluded from everything that the other kids weren't forced to invite me to...my bullying situation was a bit different...I'm not disabled in any way, for starters...and most of the bullying was exclusion, rumor circulation, and verbal abuse, not so much physical things (although people have ruined my belongings and thrown things at me) One of the worst things was in 7th grade, a girl peed on my boots in the pool locker room (we were doing our "swim unit")...we had gym early in the morning, and those were the only shoes I had at school...and were my favorite boots...I tried washing them the best I could in the locker room sink and then wore them for the rest of the day...while they were wet...also, it was winter time in upstate NY... By the time I got to high school, I kind of stopped caring...and by my senior year, I had no friends and just looked at school as the last step before I get to be happy and successful...that way of thinking lifted a massive weight off my shoulders, and my lack of a f*ck to give allowed for me to really stand up for myself...I literally had no one to impress...pretty much any potential for making new friends was long gone anyway...and if people were gonna push me around, I was gonna push back...I still dealt with a lot of bullshit my senior year, but it was exponentially less than years prior (or the amount I took notice of was anyway) I wanted to graduate a year early (and I could have with parent consent and like one or 2 summer school classes) but my mom said "your senior year is important...things will be better, you'll make some of the best memories...don't you wanna graduate with all your friends?" And I said "what friends?" I think she thought I was being dramatic...but any friends I had either moved away or graduated a year or two before me. She was convinced things would get better and I'd have an amazing senior year because that's what happened for her. I will say my senior year was by far the best year of school I had...because it was the last year that I would be forced to see and interact with those people ever again. My mom knew I was bullied, but i don't think she really knew the full extent....my dad was totally oblivious, and I'm almost positive he still doesn't know, which I'm totally okay with. The important thing is that in the end, I was right....after I graduated, I started living a much better life...I still don't have friends, probably due to the trust issues I developed growing up (I'm trying to work on it)...and from time to time I encounter terrible people...but now I know how to stand up for myself and push back. I am a much more aggressive person as an adult than I was as a kid...and much happier because of it. There is hope...and light on the other side...the "popular kids" and many of the people who bullied me are still living in their parents house, working the job they had in high school...and I have a steady job and have experienced a lot of crazy and amazing things. I don't live in the same town I grew up in, and when I go home to visit, I will only talk to and make an effort to meet up with the people who treated me with kindness, or have genuinely apologized for being shitty to me in the past...because life is short, and I value my time. I'm not mean to the people who hurt me, but I'm not nice to them either

    A R. H.A R. H.Vor 12 Tage
  • #Stopbullying

    Ori TheRainbowLoverOri TheRainbowLoverVor 14 Tage
  • 8:20

    Humble WorldHumble WorldVor 14 Tage
  • I am always getting bullied I feel your pain. :(

    scARLEt's CORNERscARLEt's CORNERVor 19 Tage
  • Woah..the only like bullying story I know of was when someone put scraps of paper with thing like 'u are an idiot' and stuff in the person's bag ,pouch and waterbottle and like pages torn .. Our class teacher didn't take class for 2 to 3 days for this.. It turned out to be a prank by the dude's friends... Ya that's it..

    shivani arunkumarshivani arunkumarVor 21 Tag
  • Thank you. For talking about the tripping attempts. I'm a female. I was picked on by 4 boys. Kindergarten-Grade 6. Most people talk about mean tricks being played on them or mean words. Its rare that I hear stories from other people who were also PHYSICALLY bullied. I was shoved, kicked, tripped. They slammed my fingers in my locker a couple times when I wasn't quick enough. There were other things which I can't remember now or maybe that I've blocked out. In addition to the mean words, name calling, and mean tricks.

    rrpdsksrrpdsksVor 26 Tage
  • why are there dislikes on this video-

    Molly SturtzMolly SturtzVor Monat
  • Lol they watch now like..............

    Marie LawrenceMarie LawrenceVor Monat
  • If I was there with Molly near those bullies I would be like "Who's tryin to catch Hands?" and I would just Box them. Also I would tell them that they are bunches of retards and I wish that they come in these comments some day and the whole Community gonna roast them lmao

    GabeGraalGabeGraalVor Monat
  • It is so overwhelming to hear people can go this mean. I don't know, but this seems way too beyond but I assume you have also gone through something much worse. I feel like all these sorts of disrespects and ill- manners are a result of a community raised without a moral foundation.

    Hemen WebeshetHemen WebeshetVor Monat
  • This makes no sense for the reason this vid was made but I love the pillow in the back that says “staying home is the new going out”

    Doug CalhounDoug CalhounVor Monat
  • me watching this in the 9th month of quarantine thinking: you should have saved some of the stories for now..... But you do you.

    Emily RogersEmily RogersVor Monat
  • Where I live we do pre-k kindergarten first grade from then on

    me and meme and meVor 2 Monate
  • wow i would really like to know about molly's opinion on the movie "a silent voice" ,, it touches on the subject of bullying a disable person, their journey and also the journey and change of their bullies...i'd like to see what she thinks about how everything is portrayed

    Dani BlueDani BlueVor 2 Monate
  • I was born Feburary 25th 1994.

    Shae ReubShae ReubVor 2 Monate
  • Wow mama you got a lot of patience ! If somebody did that to my baby I think I would have lost my mind with the kids

    Meron WollieMeron WollieVor 2 Monate
  • Molly don't worry about your haters and worry about your fans.

    A A N Y A G A M E ZA A N Y A G A M E ZVor 3 Monate
  • I'm from the future You stay in quarantine a lot longer than till April 30‼️

    Scarlett SmithScarlett SmithVor 3 Monate
  • all your videos make me realise that i am so blessed and i am normal. you make me realise that other people dont care about people who are diffrent from them. they just tink it is fun. god bless you and everyone in the world.

    Bubble E CraftsBubble E CraftsVor 3 Monate
  • Okay so I wanna talk about this. When I was in middle school and high school every class I would ask for permission to talk to the class and ask them to not spray perfume or cologne in the class room when I’m there because at that time I had really bad asthma and it was triggered by most perfumes and cologne and my school wouldn’t let me carry around my inhaler (even with a special note, they would keep my inhaler in the office.) And most of the time they listened. But my freshman year of high school I was getting really badly bullied. (I was always bullied but this was one of the worse years.) In class this girl, she was the main one that bullied me and always talked about how I apparently smelled even though I didn’t, sprayed her perfume all over me and my stuff. We had a substitute teacher so she didn’t know about my asthma. I remember struggling to tell her but once she understood she made me take off my sweatshirt and put on her jacket and made me sit outside in the fresh air. I remember how mad she was at the students, I could literally hear her yelling while I sat outside texting my mom to bring my inhaler to the school. While outside I had my hands over my face as I sat down sobbing. My leg were stretched out in front of me and so I ended up not noticing this girl walking by, so she ended up tripping over them. Freaked out at this and worried I instantly went up to her to try and help her while also trying to make sure I could breath while also apologizing. She informed me that she was blind so not to worry but I still did, cause I’ve always been the type of person to care about others. After helping her she ended up asking me what was wrong, cause she could tell by my voice and how I was breathing that something was wrong. We both kinda sat there as she waited with me for my mom to get my inhaler. Her and I ended up being really good friends, and whenever I was in her class I would always lead her to her next class and carry her books (she was allowed to leave class early cause of how crowded the hallways would get for her, and they always had someone walking with her to lead her to where she needed to go.) she helped me through a lot that year alone, especially with all the losses I had in my family. And I would always defend her against bullies, most people were kinda scared of me freshman year cause of how tall I was cause most of the guys were shorter than me. We ended up completely losing contact junior year because she had to move away.

    Madeline PrinceMadeline PrinceVor 3 Monate
  • I wanna fight those boys. That’s so disrespectful and it made me sad.

    Rach MarieRach MarieVor 3 Monate
  • I was bullied in 4th grade by an X-best friend and she continually made fun of me because I was 100 pounds and I was 8 so to cope with it I wrote songs and now I'm 11 and learning to make music for the songs

    Lyla DalyLyla DalyVor 3 Monate
  • They had bad upbringing for sure !

    JSBJSBVor 3 Monate
  • That’s how I do my ponytails too

    MC LoweryMC LoweryVor 3 Monate
  • I went to one school from pre k to 3rd grade one from 3rd to 4th one from 5th to 6th and I’m in 7th now at a new school

    Makynna EllenMakynna EllenVor 3 Monate
  • THE HAIR TRICK ACTUALLY WORKED🤭😯

    Amazinggrace PoopAmazinggrace PoopVor 3 Monate
  • Don’t bully anyone especially not a beautiful kind person like Molly!

    Delilah MendozaDelilah MendozaVor 3 Monate
  • Quarantine til April.... maybe May :( Watching this in a marathon and this just got real how bad things got fast rip 2020

    Gracey GirlGracey GirlVor 4 Monate
  • Molly- We should be in quarantine until April 15 It's now September 18

    Rebecca KoralewskiRebecca KoralewskiVor 4 Monate
  • I never heard anyone else explain thinking of school the exact same way I felt it was: just something to get through. Except I didn’t even have the bullying cause I didn’t bother to interact with ANYBODY. I also didn’t have the self acceptance thing since I didn’t go to therapy either

    gabriella schmittgabriella schmittVor 4 Monate
  • Oh man! My momma bear just came out watching this video!

    natosha wolfnatosha wolfVor 4 Monate
  • One time I was at an aquarium and there was an overhead area like loft bridge thing for people to look down and also get from place to place on the second floor. These kids started dropping trash onto me and I was little so I didn’t know why it was happening and then I realized they were all people of color, (nothing against people of color BLM) I am white and they only through the trash at me no one else. I was sooooo little that I didn’t tell my mom because I didn’t really understand what was happening. Also I do not have a disability so I can’t even compare this experience to what anyone else has gone through.

    ChloeGamezChloeGamezVor 4 Monate
  • I don't know many people are gonna read it but I am gonna share my story anyway It happened maybe somewhere when I was 10 or 11 years old I went to swimming classes with my cousins And they were quite good and fast in swimming that could catch up fast whereas I was a bit slow But however i didn't feel bad or insecure about myself until one day I heard one of my aunt saying 'this girl is so stupid she doesn't understand' And suddenly from that moment every swimming class i was bullied by my own aunts and cousins One day it got so worse that I started crying in the swimming pool but due to the goggles the tears were invisible I felt so insecure about myself and for about 2 years I thought myself stupid and I don't understand But one day my mother noticed a difference between me because I was always a fun girl smiling all the time but all of a sudden I was quieted And she asked me multiple times but I didn't tell her because I thought maybe it was not such a big deal and also my mom was a working mother so she always a bit busy Then I said everything to my mom about being bullied and when my mom heard it she burst into tears and sent me to a therapist After maybe 1 month of talking to therapist I finally accepted myself and loved myself for the way I am Now I am 17 going to be 18 soon and I love myself and my mom the most and i even forgave and now thankful to my aunts and cousins because maybe if they didn't bully me at that time I wouldn't be able to love and accept me nor would I understand how much my mom played an important role in my life Even though for a few months I hated my aunts and cousins but as I understand now I love them and spend a lot of fun time with my family

    Aritri Prachee DewanAritri Prachee DewanVor 4 Monate
  • I found joy in reading books like Harry Potter.

    Courtney FreemanCourtney FreemanVor 4 Monate
  • Molly knew she was going to do great things with her life, damm that's powerful

    Sloan RoweSloan RoweVor 4 Monate
  • In Quebec, Grade 12th is Secondaire 5 😂 (laughing emoji)

    Sloan RoweSloan RoweVor 4 Monate
  • Molly: "if you thumb this down there's something wrong with you" 182 people: 👎 (thumb down) The rest of us: 🤦🏻‍♂️ (boy emoji with hand covering his face)

    Sloan RoweSloan RoweVor 4 Monate
  • I genuiely want to know if it bothers when sighted people get service dogs, there's also emotional support pets. I think it's great because I would have benefited from a service dog for my PTSD when it got so bad I couldn't get out of the house. But somone had mentioned to me once that it takes away from Blind people who need it the most. I respect anyone's opinion on this matter.

    Sloan RoweSloan RoweVor 4 Monate
  • I was bullied for being overweight. I have moved on and have a very happy life, but I am still affected greatly. When I remember it or when I imagine my child being bullied and feeling like I did, I cry. I had no friends and people would not touch me. I had "Keri" germs. The entire school would move in the corridor so they would not touch me. I am tearful just typing this. I'm so sorry you had this experience, but I can tell that like me, you are more compationate because of it.

    Keri SKeri SVor 4 Monate
  • This reminds me of what happened when I was a child.I was maybe 7 or 8 at the time,and mom and me were in the downtown district of Syracuse New York where I grew up.Anyway,we were on our way into a department store-WT Grants,which is no longer in business,and as we were about to make our way into the store along came this group of adolescents,I don't remember the number of them,it was maybe 3 or 4 of them and were around my age or maybe alittle older perhaps somewheres in their teens and one of them punches me and hurts his hand and said ouch,how do you like that,I mean right infront of my mother,what nerve!.I feel your pain.John M Guinto

    kathy guintokathy guintoVor 4 Monate
  • I don’t understand bullies, treat people with human decency for goodness sake 🤦‍♀️ smh

    Leah JohnsonLeah JohnsonVor 4 Monate
  • Well what do you know It looks like we’re gonna be quarantine at least till Christmas where I live

    Zack HutsonZack HutsonVor 4 Monate
  • Why can’t you pet your guide dog?

    Nadine McLaughlinNadine McLaughlinVor 4 Monate
  • Molly: were going to be in quarantine till at least april 30th Me sitting here watching in August: .....

    Sophia LewisSophia LewisVor 5 Monate
  • Bullies. And listen to you now! You are so much more than your disability. I'm sighted, but you still give me inspiration.

    Adam DavidAdam DavidVor 5 Monate
  • the people who gave this a thumbs down are the kids who bullied her in school

    Ginger's LifeGinger's LifeVor 5 Monate
  • i couldn't imagine anyone doing this at my old high school.. and even if someone did, literally everyone would call them out it's so sad that there are schools tolerate bullying and other students don't do anything when they witness it happening

    Vanessa AlexanderVanessa AlexanderVor 5 Monate
  • Man, I would have taken that ketchup cardboard box and slap them in the face with it. That would make me fume. 😤 I am so glad you are a bigger better person than I could ever be 🧡

    tank buildtank buildVor 5 Monate
  • I am APPALLED at what you went through at school! No child should ever have to go through that, and no school should ever tolerate it from their students. I was already so impressed by what I’ve seen of your videos, and now I’m even more so thinking of all those years that you went into school and got so used to the bullying that you said it was normal, and yet you kept going in and have come out such a strong and amazing young lady who is an inspiration in so many ways. As a mother to 2 teenagers, one of whom is transgender, I have had times when I have worried about their experiences at school. I’m blessed that their school is amazing and as far as I know they do not stand for any behaviour like that, and the one and only time there was an incident against my eldest they dealt with it immediately. I hope the people who did that to you might one day see you on social media and feel utterly ashamed of how they treated you, and if they have a shred of decency in them should apologise and see that you have flourished in spite of what you had to go through. I’m glad you have such a loving and supportive family who I’m sure are incredibly proud of you, and I hope that by sharing this you may not only give hope to children who are being bullied but also some impact on people who are guilty of being bullies. I feel so strongly about this, I’m sure I’m not articulate enough to express how much, but I wanted to just thank you for sharing this and hopefully changing situations for some of your younger followers xx

    Anna Le QuesneAnna Le QuesneVor 5 Monate
  • Love this (not really that you got bullied but your messages ). The recent videos jar me a bit due to the editing, though. I liked it when your "umms" and gaps in conversation happened 🙂

    Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • My small son gets called a girl, has a lazy eye, needs glasses, and if his teeth are anything like mine, those won't be great either. Poor thing 😅

    Kerry HKerry HVor 5 Monate
  • The 182 people who disliked what’s wrong with you

    Screwup SistersScrewup SistersVor 5 Monate
  • As of august 8, 2020, 182 people believe that bullying is good..... Why?!?!?!?!

    NaomiNaomiVor 5 Monate
  • "we're going to be in quarantine at minimum until April 30th." if we only knew what was coming for us... ps I'm watching all of Molly's story times in quarantine- just discovered her channel and I can't believe I didn't know about it sooner

    AnnaAnnaVor 5 Monate
  • i feel molly. We had the "VI ROOM (Visually impaired Room)" at my school. They was terrible to us. Apart of this room was a special program that they would allow the KSB (Kentucky School for the Blind) kids come to the school for half the day to have a public experience. They pushed a fully blind girl down the steps. They pushed me into lockers saying do you see that now? i would get made fun of saying "You're not blind, You are just extremely high". Middle school was rougher but still i feel girl i feel.

    VekachuuVekachuuVor 5 Monate
  • Um what? Was a principal notified or something? I would have been all up in there, letting them know how pissed I was

    JocyEsquivelJocyEsquivelVor 5 Monate
  • UH AMERICANS DO HAVE JR KINDERGARTEN

    RaChEl WeInBeRgRaChEl WeInBeRgVor 5 Monate
  • I think only Ontario has jr sr kindergarten. every province has a different system i think

    Raine O'ConnorRaine O'ConnorVor 5 Monate
  • Molly is my spirit animal😂

    Addyson Aleese McIntoshAddyson Aleese McIntoshVor 5 Monate
  • Still to this day I cant comprehend how anybody should make fun of bully a blind woman

    Su FSu FVor 5 Monate
  • When you talked about people trying to trip you with their legs, it reminded me of my blind friends guide dog that she trained to BITE if they did that. I remember one day in class where her bully tried to pet her guide dog, and her dog just snapped at him and he screamed like a girl. Happy times...

    Josie ScogginsJosie ScogginsVor 5 Monate
  • I can’t believe somebody would bully you you are amazing person and who bullied you are horrible

    Animal LoverAnimal LoverVor 5 Monate
  • I don’t this will get read but I’m really interested on how with the new ways of schooling due to corona they’re making it accessible for the disabled community. Especially the blind community

    Christine WeihbrechtChristine WeihbrechtVor 5 Monate
  • Baby molly was too cute

    Christine WeihbrechtChristine WeihbrechtVor 5 Monate
  • Watching at the ass end of July and we’re still kinda #quarantined not as bad though.

    Christine WeihbrechtChristine WeihbrechtVor 5 Monate
  • I love your pillow case! Do you/your mom/anyone in the comments know where you/she got it?? ❤️ Also, I am one of the American friends, for me I went to school in kindergarten (and we don’t have that fancy-ness lol) to third grade, then we moved so I went to a different elementary school for fourth and fifth. I am in sixth right now, but we have grades six seven and eight for middle school. Then our high school is ninth tenth and eleventh. And of course the choice of collage.

    Aurora StonehoofAurora StonehoofVor 5 Monate
  • Oh my gosh my name is Molly as well and I was a bald baby but I'm a sighty

    Finepoint ArtFinepoint ArtVor 5 Monate
  • If I was your mom, I would go to prison. Too much Puerto Rican blood in my veins.

    mamafranklinmamafranklinVor 5 Monate
  • I was bullied too. Pretty bad. Smdh. I remeber a girl spitting in my hair in chorus. Another girl popped an umbrella out on my head. Lol if only I can see them now.

    Nicole TownsendNicole TownsendVor 5 Monate
  • We have a lot in common.

    Nicole TownsendNicole TownsendVor 5 Monate
  • I too came home crying every single day... gave me an eating disorder that almost killed me.. am continuing recovery but having those toxic messages hammered into my brain wiring, I believe the things they said... people are so horrible

    Alissa TurnbullAlissa TurnbullVor 5 Monate
    • Omg I'm so sorry, I just wish for the world to get less toxic in any way possible.

      AppLESUGarpLUMAppLESUGarpLUMVor 5 Monate
  • Me rewatching this on July 22nd 2020 and only really just out of quarantine Molly:It could up to April 30th and that could still be extended 😂❤️

    xxHannah BurdenxxxxHannah BurdenxxVor 6 Monate
  • I’m not normally one to share my experiences with this type of stuff simply because I’m scared I’ll get bullied for sharing my stories about being bullied. I had been bullied my whole life. All the way back to Kindergarten. I know I was but I’ve honestly blocked out a lot of traumatic memories in my life which I guess is my brains way of protecting me. My mom’s told me before that one day in 1st grade she got a call because a group of kids repeatedly pushed me down on the blacktop at school and my face had scratches all over it and was bleeding and there were two bumps on my head from them shoving my head down on the concrete. I don’t remember any of this. My mom has pictures and she’s told me the story and she’s even talked to my old therapists because they think it would be better if I remembered so I could move past all the trauma but I can’t remember a single thing, even with seeing the pictures it’s just like “oh well that’s me but idk when or how that happened”. The crap continued for years. My dad and brother have Asperger’s Syndrome and around 3rd grade my dad started having a breakdown because he wasn’t medicated. Fast forward to fourth grade, I was being bullied more than I ever had before, I was barely sleeping at home because my dad was always screaming and breaking stuff and I would watch my little brother because he was only like a year or two old. No place I went was peaceful. Along with all the bullying that I had considered “normal” by now (shoving food in my hair, cutting my clothes, pushing me down, shoving me into a bathroom stall and making me hit my head on the toilet, calling me every name in the book, etc.) a girl told me to kill myself one day. I went home and shoved sharp tweezers so far in my arm that I had to be hospitalized. My mom said I’d finish out the school year because it was too late to start at another school and that we’d find a new school over summer. A week later, after I was discharged, I went back to school and they found out what had happened. This just gave them more stuff to bully me about. I was told to kill myself at least 3 times a day. All the other bullying got worse but with the added words of “freak”, “suicidal”, and “waist of air”. I got through the last two months of the school year. I was extremely depressed and came home crying everyday telling my mom I didn’t want to live. But I did it and was excited for a new school and to actually have friends. I started my new school in 5th grade. At first it was okay but I was a chubby kid until I hit 12 years old so the “popular” girls (the skinny, athletic blondes) didn’t like me so much when I started. It was a catholic school and there were probably only about 300 kids in the whole school, Pre-K through 8th grade. Well it wasn’t that bad the first two years there. There was bullying but not nearly as much as at my old school and I at least had a handful of friends. I was still depressed and self harmed but I could cover it with a school sweatshirt. Well whenever 7th grade hit, I had somewhat of a thing with one of the girls in my grades older brother, who was now a freshman. She didn’t like that and she was in with the popular girls and got them all to dislike me even more. A lot of 7th grade is blocked out in my mind because a lot happened. I do know that I tried to kill myself twice that year, that one of my “friends” told me it was good my sister died because I’m a disappointment, and I got suspended from school and cheerleading for posting a picture on vacation in a swimsuit. In like March/April someone hacked into my Snapchat account. I had pictures of my butt on there because I was getting a bigger butt from cheerleading and I wanted to see the pictures as progress. Same as how I had a picture in the mirror without any clothes on. Well this guy decided to pretend to be me and talk to a guy at my school in the grade above me. He sent the guy the pictures and the guy sent them to everyone at our school, at the two high schools, and from there it spread. By 7:45 everyone in our school knew. The priest and principal called in my mom, the police, and me. They turned it all around where I was a whore, at least those were the words the priest said, and needed to be disciplined and sent to an all girls camp hosted my nuns for the summer. That didn’t happen but that’s what he wanted to happen. I was “dismissed” from the school. Not a single thing happened to either of the boys that violated my privacy. The police took my phone and my mom grounded me because she didn’t believe me. I tried to kill my self 6 times during that summer. My mom has me go to daily therapy and it helped, even though I hated it at first. It helps a lot and I’m now 16, graduated online high school early, and am starting nursing school in the fall with my boyfriend. I’m also 2 1/2 years clean of any self harm. It feels good to get my story out.

    Dagen PracchiaDagen PracchiaVor 6 Monate
  • And no teacher ever got involved in this? In general, most teachers cannot be bothered to do their jobs, but this takes it to a new extreme.

    AJ 1978AJ 1978Vor 6 Monate
  • Haha three week I missed this video and am watching it late so it’s been about 5 months in quarantine 😂

    Keira HaddowKeira HaddowVor 6 Monate
  • I'm deaf so I was severely bullied, harassed, and sexually harassed by students and teachers throughout my whole school life. I spoke but with a deaf accent and mispronounced words, so I was horribly bullied because I talked funny to the point where I barely said a word for years. I was always treated like I was stupid and couldn't do anything by myself without assistance, or couldn't do it at all. This broke my self-esteem and I had no confidence in my self. I was forced into special education and they literally hired a woman to follow me around all day everyday to monitor and "take care" of me. She spoke to me like I was a two year old (I was in middle school at this time), wrote everything down for me, made it very well known to EVERYBODY that I had a disability which brought on more bullying. I was denied bathroom breaks because they thought I was either lying about having to go to the bathroom, or I needed assistance and they didn't want to do it. The woman even followed me out to the carport after school and would stand there and point to every single car, "Is that your car? *points* Is that your car?" When I saw my mom, she wouldn't even let me go to her because she had to confirm that was my car and that was my mom. The special education teachers stole my stuff and lied to my parents about multiple things so I was constantly in trouble. In high school, the bullying and harassment got worse to the point I started getting sexually harassed. I mentioned it to a few teachers and no one did anything. College, a few organizations in the school trying to take advantage of me. Students who knew I was deaf and needed to sit in the front row would proceed to take all the seats up front anyways and force me to sit in the back where I missed out so much. Or just flat out ignored me. Had some stupid professors who wouldn't accommodate me or were just stupid and rude. These are just basics and barely scratching the surface of the hell I went through growing up. I eventually found myself and gained my self-esteem and confidence somewhere along the road after high school, so any comments or bullying don't affect me anymore unless they're getting in my way, like my education for instance. I fight back now and I can be mean.

    Elle RJElle RJVor 6 Monate
  • I'm a little bit bigger than most people my age (im 13) and this happened to me and i stared straight ahead and said, "If your trying to get me riled up, its not going to work because i dont give jerks like you the time of day. No matter what you do, I will not care because i know im amazing." THey never said a word to me again

    Rebecca KoralewskiRebecca KoralewskiVor 6 Monate
  • Do a makeup tutorial

    Isabel CollinsIsabel CollinsVor 6 Monate
  • I was bullied for 10years 👌🏻 fun.

    HumiHumiVor 6 Monate
  • “Mom I couldn’t see” 😂😂 Aw this is why I love you Molly! You always bring humor into a sad situation and have a great attitude 💖

    imaheadimaheadVor 6 Monate
  • 😐😐😐There is literally 181 👎👎👎

    Philippa LouwPhilippa LouwVor 6 Monate
  • 3:20 how did she know Gallop was licking her/himself (idk the gender) if she is blind?

    PotatoooPotatoooVor 6 Monate
    • Because she can hear him licking himself.

      KelseyKelseyVor 5 Monate
  • Does she live in L.A or Canada

    ClaireClaireVor 6 Monate
    • She lives in LA

      KelseyKelseyVor 5 Monate
  • Fully relate to the glow up! I had a lazy eye (my out of order right eye) so that was my only surgery to correct it, braces, frizzy hair.....puberty was not a good time for me!

    Sophie IrwinSophie IrwinVor 6 Monate
  • LoL through this whole video I was like, PREACH GURL! 💖

    Xx_M - R - E _xXXx_M - R - E _xXVor 6 Monate
  • I’m not blind, but I’m glad to know somebody understands what I have been through. Thank you so much Molly, for sharing your story.

    G ReidG ReidVor 6 Monate
  • Another thing Americans (and Canada now too) don't have is OAC or Grade 13. Though in Quebec they still have Cegep, which is pretty much the same thing since highschool there ends in Grade 11. But at least in Canada, you don't need to do SATs to go to University! Or at least you didn't when I went... in 2002. Your video makes me feel old!

    Leer WesenLeer WesenVor 6 Monate
  • Molly keeps saying Neve and I keep dying 🤣

    Haven HessenbruchHaven HessenbruchVor 6 Monate
  • Molly: Quarantine until April 30th. Everyone in July: Ha

    Harper VickHarper VickVor 6 Monate
  • Yeah, quarantine was extended WAY longer , sorry 😒

    SuperKt80SuperKt80Vor 6 Monate
  • I am so happy that you have such an amazing mom who is there for you, and I wish I had the trust in my parents to be able to talk to them.

    Maya MartosMaya MartosVor 6 Monate
  • I have been bullied, and I still do get bullied. Unlike you, I got bullied because lots of kids are jealous of me and want me to feel like i'm not good enough. I have had almost the exact same experience accept a lot better. At first when I would get bullied (1st grade) I would come home every night crying to my mom and telling her what would happen. At first when I would get bullied I would always think that what these kids where saying to me was true, but like you said, why should I care about a random girl that is saying her opinion about me?!

    Nikol SabatiniNikol SabatiniVor 6 Monate
  • Hey I was bullied too and I’ll tell ya something iT mAkEs yOu FeeL ReaLY GrEAt

    I C E D C R E A MI C E D C R E A MVor 6 Monate
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