I was when i was 13 and obese and many guys made fun of me and called me names. I lost weight and turned out pretty well, now the guys who bullied me hit on me instead and some of them are now my friends.. i have no idea why but guys around that age want to be cool and bully others. I must be dumb for being friends with them but i have no idea how it turned out like that? anyway guys, did you have similar problems? I was on an unheatlhy strict diet with 13 because i felt so hated and fat.
Most Helpful Guy
My own marriage had a rough beginning. The trouble started during the wedding planning. My wife’s family shelled out the money for the wedding, but they provided my fiancée with no help in planning the wedding. When she asked me for help, I just shrugged my shoulders. After all, I thought, that was the woman’s job.
During our first year together, I acted like a spoiled brat. My wife was finishing up school and working so she was pulling late nights studying and waking up early. Rather than supporting her, I resented and complained about her schedule.
After about a year of this, we finally had a big argument where I realized that I had burned through all the goodwill I had generated during our courtship. Unless I did something quickly, we were headed for a divorce.
Trying to assert positional authority at that point would have only made the situation worse. Instead, I set out to rebuild my personal authority.
I stopped complaining.
I forced myself to be cheerful in all circumstances.
I got involved in approving my wife’s decisions. Being a leader means that you are responsible for everything. You can delegate, but you are still ultimately responsible.
Finally, I developed a vision for where I wanted our family to go, and I gradually got my wife to buy into that mission.
In other words, the only way husbands can be leaders in their marriage, is to behave like leaders.
My marriage didn’t change over night. It took several months of consistent living on my part before my wife began to believe that I was serious in fulfilling my role as husband. But it was well worth the effort. I found that when I exercised my role as a husband, my wife settled into her feminine role—naturally.
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Most Helpful Girl
Yes, I was humiliated from 4th to 7th grade (7th grade being the worst school year ever) and had to deal with a few jerks in 8th grade.
I think social bullying, which I had to deal with can also be just as bad as physical bullying. It's the feeling of rejection as a whole and not belonging that no one kid deserves. No one deserves to be called names, isolated from the group nor treated like a disease to be avoided. One of the most upsetting even in 7th grade was when no one wanted to graded my math quiz and one girl even said ''ewww, I'm not grading that paper'', passed it to someone else and that other student didn't want to either. It took several ''passing it around'' for someone to finally accept it and grade it.0