Just don't listen to them they're just jealous and u should know that u will bloom one day because ur still growing so one day you will and u shouldn't care what they say because one day you will find someone who doesn't think of you that way and will like you for who u are
If they say it to your face, give them a puzzled look, then say something like, "And your opinion matters because . . . " If they just say it so you can hear it, but not to your face, when you DO hear it, shake your head, laugh softly, and keep walking. If you don't hear it, but THINK they are saying it, perhaps they aren't. I used to, in my teens and early twenties, imagine that anyone whispering (especially if they glanced in my direction) was talking about me. A lot of young people go through that; brush it off and go by your own opinion.
I like you too! You're being bullied --can you tell someone at home? And if you're in school, please tell a counselor, a teacher you trust (even if you don't have them this year), the nice lady in the office--any adult you feel is safe. I'm so sorry--I'm thinking of you, and here's a hug. Tell someone!
Ignore them - Don't feed into it - Keep in mind if their talking about you then their mot talking about anyone else [at that time } - if you ignore them they will tire and talk about something or someone else --- People will talk Jack and Smack about you and everyone else your whole life ----- With All due Respect ///// Grow Up and deal with it /// - Their only showing ignorance /guilt /boredom / jealous / hate /immaturity --// like All things it will pass /// or someone will clean their clock // or Worse // - be the Bigger person ---
There are a couple reasons why it could happen. One reason could be because you have an antagonistic personality. If that is the case then you need to apologize if you have insulted them first, or been mean. Also just try to be kind to them. Another reason could be that they have insecurities in their own life, and are taking it out on you.(It is easier to insult someone when you see someone else insulting them by the way) If this is the reason, then they will either get bored, or they will continue to do it until you get separated. (Graduating from school, etc.) If it is not really bad, then ignore it. If it is unbearable, then tell them to stop face to face. If they don't stop or get worse, then go to someone you trust for help.
There are a couple tips to help though:
1) Be kind to them no matter what. (that doesn't mean you can't defend yourself) It hurts when someone you've been mean to shows kindness back. 2) Don't become antisocial. It is probably impossible to be happy while antisocial, it isn't worth it. 3)Don't be a wimp. Being a wimp can mean either taking their insults no matter how bad they are, but it also can mean blowing up and getting violent.