A year ago today I wrote a post from my heart. Not just any post, but a post which highlighted my own personal experiences of being at the hands of bullies. I wish I could say that this is everything, but it isn’t and unfortunately, I went through more than this. Once again for #BullyingAwarenessWeek I am sharing my post to hopefully shed light on something which a lot of people brush under the carpet. One day I hope to have my story published in a book so that I can help spread awareness. Until that day comes I’ll just have to use this post.
It isn’t often that you can come across a book which you feel was written about you, for you. A book that is written with such poignancy and devotion to the storyline and its true meaning; one that you can relate to in more ways than one. Unfortunately, when the book in question contains a storyline which in an ideal world, nobody SHOULD EVER relate to, you start to feel ashamed for feeling relieved that you DO relate to it.
Not long ago, author Lesley Allen released a novel titled; ‘The Lonely Life of Biddy Weir’, which has just been released in paperback to coincide with National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month.
(#Review! The Lonely Life of Biddy Weir – (@Lesley_Allen_) @BonnierZaffre #antibullyingmonth)
Thank you to Lesley Allen and Biddy Weir, I was able to muster up enough courage to finally tell my own personal story about being a victim of bullying.
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