"Going to high school, I know what it's like to be judged harshly."

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Morgan's experiences started at age 14.

"Going to high school, I know what it's like to be judged harshly. My freshman year I was judged irrationally for not doing, saying, or having things, as well as being judged for not acting or looking the way my friends did. I was a good student, never skipped, never had a detention, honors student, and I was fairly skinny and participated in choir, musicals, and cheerleading, and I helped my peers when they were struggling. I was bullied and made fun of so often I began having anorexic tendencies. It didn't get to the point where I was full-on Anorexic, but it got close. During this, I was bullied more often and more harshly. I think overcoming the 'Anorexia' was one of the hardest things to do, especially while still being bullied. And being a cheerleader that was being stereotyped as stupid and being an (excuse my French) slut, didn't really help either." 

Written by Morgan Schlindwein

 

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