Bullied? Don’t Give Up, You Have So Many Reasons to Live!

If you are a person being bullied and are considering suicide, this message is for you! Please hold on. Stay strong. Continue the fight.

Know that you deserve love and friendship just as everyone else does. Know that you are just as good as everyone else. Above all, rest assured that life will get much better! Instead of thinking of reasons why you should take your own life, think of reasons why you shouldn’t. There are so many reasons to keep living.

Let me put this another way. If you resort to suicide, you will cheat yourself out of the possibility of one day overcoming your present circumstances and out of so many exciting firsts. You will cheat yourself out of so many wonderful years that lie ahead.

If you’re under 16, you will cheat yourself out of driving a car for the very first time and let me tell you! That feeling of sliding in the driver’s seat, behind the wheel of a car and your hands on the steering wheel for the very first time? There’s nothing like it! It’s one of the most liberating experiences!

You will also miss out on prom and high school graduation, another one of the most exciting and hopeful times of life.

You will also forfeit the magic of falling in love and the joy of marrying your soulmate.

And I can tell you that love is one of the most intoxicating and fulfilling experiences life has to offer!

And lastly, you’ll forgo the beautiful experience of having your first baby!

I want you to imagine yourself, five or ten years into the future: You’re married to your spouse and you’ve become a new parent. You’re holding that precious little life in your arms for the first time and gazing into that precious, tiny face!

You’re now able to have a life beyond your own! You’re holding that soft, tiny body against your chest and watching it sleep against you! I can’t explain what that feels like or the love and joy that goes with it!

You have so many firsts…so many magical and beautiful moments yet to experience and enjoy, so much beauty yet to behold and so many awesome people, potential friends and family yet to meet!

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However, if you die by your own hand, you’ll cheat yourself out of all of it! On the other hand, if you’re patient and you keep fighting, life will reward you with such beautiful moments!

Another thing I want you to consider is that if you give up, the bullies will automatically win! That’s right! Your bullies will win and you will lose! Do you really want to let them win? Do you really want to give them such an easy victory? Think about it for a minute. Really think!

As long as you are alive, there’s always a chance that things will improve…and improve drastically! But once you’re dead, that chance dies with you and there’s no coming back! Death is final and there are no do-overs! So, if you ever consider suicide, I beg you! Talk to a close family member and if you can’t talk to a family member, talk to someone! A loved teacher, a trusted friend, a stranger- someone!

And give yourself a chance! Give the people who love you a chance! Give love a chance! You won’t be disappointed!

I promise you that you’re worth it! If you continue to fight for yourself, I can guarantee that there will come a day when you will look back on this moment and thank yourself. You will look back and be glad that you fought the good fight and stayed alive. I’m living proof!

You are worth fighting for! You are worth living for!

22 thoughts on “Bullied? Don’t Give Up, You Have So Many Reasons to Live!

  1. Wonderful, I look forward to the day I experience being a mother and holding my baby in my arms.. I have heard much about the feelings felt. πŸ”·οΈπŸ™πŸ»

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  3. This is such a wonderful message, and so true!! I once attempted to end my life, and when I was in the ambulance I was crying that I had the right to die. And I will always remember the EMT, a nice young man, simply said to me, “Hey, I’m just giving you the option to change your mind.”

    At the time, I didn’t think I would. But now, I am SO GLAD that these wonderful people helped me. There is so much I would have missed.

    Yes, there are so many firsts ahead! The hard times don’t last forever. One can learn to appreciate new, good friends. New fun songs. New languages, movies, trips, love, and so much more πŸ’–

    • Omgoodness! I’m so glad you shared your story with me and I’m even more glad you survived the attempt. Like me, your life turned around and I wish you much, much more peace and happiness in your future. Thank you so much for your lovely comment, Jarilissima! ❀❀❀

  4. This post was close to my heart has I read this. I was a child In elementary being 4”11 when I graduated then you can see how am I was then and an easy target as well as my daughter was in high school being an introvert . ❀️

    • My heart goes out to both you and your daughter. It’s bad enough to go through bullying yourself as a kid and teen in school but it’s especially hard to watch your children endure it too, especially after having been there yourself. My son went through a stink of it until we pulled him.out of that toxic environment and transfered him to a new school. When we did, things took a complete 180 for him and he excelled. Know that you never asked to be bullied and it isn’t your fault. The same with your daughter. Neither one of you deserved such vile treatment and I want you to know that you have a friend and I care. β€πŸ€—

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