After being accused of being a threat at the airport, he looked at me, laughed and dared me to just randomly dance.
He played a song on his phone.
People trying to catch their flights passed by me in awe of my shameless, misplaced erratic dance moves.
One of the good things that come out of being bullied is that your endurance and sense of self becomes very strong once you've put it all behind you. It becomes all you have. Or at least it did with me. After being bullied, I kept behaving as if afraid something was...
In the past I have been so accident prone that I am pretty much inured to shame! Here's a few examples:
I fell...off of a stage.
I missed the chair when going to sit down in class...twice.
I twisted my ankle...by walking.
I fell on my a*s... in the middle of...
I'm not one to be embarrassed about too much. I don't normally care what people think of me, unless you're really close, or an employer or something along those lines. I'm not that conscientious, and I rarely think of what I look like after I've gone out. I mean, if I've dressed...
best thing you could ever do for youself. As long as you keep your head high then bullies will eventually leave you alone. You have nothing to be afraid of. And if people don't like that? Then **** them, you don't need them
I will dance or sing pretty much anywhere. In the store, in my car, at work, in front of random strangers, or all alone in my house. I don't care. I would rather enjoy my life then be worried about how others perceive me. *jazz hands*