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  Dec 2014 Maddie Sink
Ena Alysopriono
I am enough**

aren't I?
Thank you to everyone who added a positive comment, it was very kind of you, but this was a rhetorical question. Something I need to figure out for myself.
  Dec 2014 Maddie Sink
Good luck figuring me out
I haven't even done that.
Maddie Sink Dec 2014
Sometimes I would be afraid to go to school.
I was afraid someone would tease me or call me names.
I was in fear of one person in particular.
I still am.
They don't know their 'playful' teasing actually hurts.
Or when they trip me in the hall.


­Yet I do.

I don't know if it will get better, or even if it will go away.
I don't want to live in fear.
I want to feel confident, not second guessing everything I do.
They destroy every chance at confidence I have.
I can't feel good about myself when they do this.
They have destroyed me,
and what little confidence I ever had.
Maddie Sink Dec 2014
I know all boys aren't like this, but a lot of them are.
Rules for Boys:
1. You treat all girls with respect
2. You do not call them "chicks" "little girls" "xxxxxxx" or any other hurtful names.
3. Girls have feelings too.
4. Teasing is a form of Bullying
5. No girl will like you if you think of them as being less than you.
6. Everyone is created equal.
7. Don't call a girl names just because they are standing up for themselves.
8. All girls are different and unique.
9. Your ego doesn't matter.
10. You don't have to be a certain way to impress girls. Be yourself
Sexism needs to stop.
Maddie Sink Nov 2014
They always say 'If you love them, let them go.'
They are wrong.
It's so hard to let go of someone.
If you love them, hold them close. Tell them you love them.
But, letting someone go can be
the best choice you've ever made
the worst mistake you've ever made.
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