Your Story II...

This story was submitted a while back and I feel like it may be relatable to many high schoolers, it definitely reminded me of a few scenes in my own life...

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So my story starts eighth grade ish and my dad left his new wife (after my mom) for a new "friend" its summer i graduated eighth grade and he takes me my sis and my bro to this strangers house who I thought would be a man who was his friend. I was so scared and shy. Then I realized oh he's got another girlfriend great. Well idk why, but for some reason she didn't Like me very much so since my freshman yr of high school to my junior year she was so mean to me. She would call me fat and dumb and when i turned 17 she didn't even want any one to sing Happy bday to me and my sis(we're twins) I don't know why she treated me this way. But it was awful. She was nice to my sister but she was mean to mostly me and sometimes my brother (who has autism) so that really bothered me. I felt horrible about myself every time I went over there just to see my dad. I came home crying every weekend when I went home to my mom. I didn't know what to do so I asked my dad if he would talk to her and ask why she doesnt like me. The next time he says oh she likes you she don't know what your talking about. Well I found out later that he never even talked to her. My own father lied to me. So around Christmas they wanted to 'hash it out' with me so she was nice to me but only for like two days, then she went right back to bullying me. So me and my sis stopped going over there. She wasn't going to change and I didn't wanna put up with it. So we saw our dad and went out to dinner instead. Eventually she became mental with facebook threats and calls so he left her. It was horrible. I'm so glad she is gone forever. Since my sophomore year of High school I have lost weight but not because of her calling me fat because I wanted to for me. I've learned that if someone doesn't treat me right or is mean to me then to remove myself from their life cus we all have the right to have the good people stay in our lives and have the bad people out. - Meghan