There are many ways to answer this question and they are probably all right but I cannot truly say why others may treat you badly but most likely it is out of jealousy. The best advice u can give is for you to stay strong and continue being who you are, don't ever let anyone make you feel bad or less than you are. We were all put on this earth to be whoever we choose to be and no one including these bullies have the right to stop you. Just be yourself and keep moving forward and stay strong. Just remember that no matter what they say or do they cannot take that away from you and if it ever gets too bad please go to a teacher or your parents so they are aware and can help you pita stop to it. I hope this helps you and I wish you the best with your future.
When someone sees something in you that they wish that they could do or be it makes them jealous. Obviously they are an insecure person, anyone who feels good about themselves would never feel the need to pick on another.
They're not jealous, emberstorm, although that would be nice to believe.
I was picked on relentlessly as a kid. They picked on me because I was poor and lived in a trailer. They laughed at me because I dressed wrong, in cheap clothes, with a bad hairdo and funny looking glasses. They picked on me because I liked to go to school and learn and enjoyed participating in class. I got picked last for every game of dodgeball because I was lousy at it. They pointed at me and made jokes when I got dropped off by my mom because our car was old and ragged and my mom looked funny, too. They didn't invite me to parties because they didn't like me, and the boys didn't think I was pretty, because I wasn't then. And I was really skinny, with no shape at all.
They weren't jealous of me, they hated me because i was different and enjoyed making fun of me because it was easy to do. Why? Because they were jerks and didn't have the emotional capacity of a four year old, able to know that hurting someones feelings because it made them feel better just simply wasn't nice.
And it was hard. And sad. And very lonely. But I was who I was, and even when I tried to be like them, I wasn't. And the harder I tried to be like them, the worse I made it for myself.
And now I'm grown. And I'm smart. Because school was all i had With a really good sense of humor, because it was easier to learn to laugh at myself than to convince everyone else to stop it. And I'm pretty now, too, because I figured out that I can wear what I want to, not what other girls wear. And long curly hair looks better on me than their hairstyles do. And I still suck at dodgeball, but I sure can ride a horse, and a motorcycle, and shoot a gun good, and weld things. And they can't. And nobody wants to play dodgeball anymore anyway. And my mom still dresses funny and drives an ugly car, but she doesn't care and neither do I, because there's more important stuff to worry about than her car. And I still don't go to parties because I really prefer to sit in the barn with my goats. They're quieter and don't act as dumb. And I still don't go out on dates, because my husband wouldn't like that very much, and really, I like him better than anybody else. And I'm not skinny any more. But I'm little and thin and can eat what I want to, and they're all on diets all the time.
So they're going to keep being mean. But you wont be stuck being around them forever. And it's going to keep on hurting your feelings. Until the day that it just doesn't anymore. And you're going to keep on wondering why you can't be more like them until the day that you realize that you really like being you, and it's just as true to say that they just aren't like you, know matter how hard they try.
Just put in your time. And try to keep in mind that there's nobody in this whole wide world who has it so right, that they have the right to tell you how to do it. Work out the way you want to look. Figure out what makes you happy. Worry about being smart, and strong, and good, and fair, and kind. Because those are the things that will make you proud of yourself. And people who are smart, strong, funny, fair and confident are good to be around. And you're going to be stuck being around yourself for a long time. You might as well like yourself.
the people who pick on you think your probably weak in their eyes but that's not true I had the same problem in middle school but ladyt17 has a point they are probably just jealous and if they are doing this because they don't think you're "Normal" don't mind them and if this gets out of hand talk to a teacher or a parent or if you can report bullying on your School website then do that.
people like to say its parents or something wrong with something, but that kinda thing really only makes people even kids grouchy for usually a day at most a couple of weeks. the usual thing behind this is plain and simple, pecking order. people just like animals want to know who is in charge, who out ranks who and to stake their territory. it may be subconscious but it is definitely instinctual. people of the same "rank" generally hang together. its one of the determining factors behind "cliques" (hope i spelled that right)
any who, we get kids like at columbine when they are the lowest rank and their parents suck too. kids need a refuge. if they get stuck getting crap where ever they go they will eventually snap.