Sibling bullying makes psychotic disorders three times more likely

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welp, this explains a lot for me

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Sad. :worried: 151515151515151515

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I was bullied in high school. My god!!! All this stuff screws you up.

My childhood that I can’t really remember comes back to bite me again, I see.

I’m so tempted to send this to my brother. But that’s an unnecessary guilt trip he doesn’t need.

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I’m feeling this hardcore right now.

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@LED Your profile picture is kind of whack. I have to look away!!! :rofl:

Am I that ugly?

I guess it is the expression :laughing:

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I was just kidding. That’s my I’m super bored let’s get OUT of here face.

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I went through my share of bullying as a kid, but at least my sister was always the sweetest thing.

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I have a twin. I love him dearly but he was dominant in every aspect. I don’t remember him bullying me terribly but we fought a lot and I almost always lost. I bullied my younger brother until he stood up to me one day. I grew up in a fighting pit. I bullied a few other people as well when I was very young. By the time my parents divorced for some reason I lost the will to fight back against non-family members and became a subject of bullying. I have forgiven those who did because you have to do that and it makes me sad when I remember some of the things I did to my younger brother. But I increasingly see he’s slowly forgiving me. It’s tough to do though.