THIS reader was taunted throughout school for something beyond his control.
“I WAS born In October 1993 to a correctional officer dad and a stay-at-home-mom. I am the youngest of six siblings. We are five sisters and one brother.
I have always been the quiet one, the shy one, the one who hides away from everyone or who feels like they can’t breathe when there are too many people around them. What can I say? Being around too many people makes me nervous.
Life has been a rollercoaster ride ever since I can remember. I was bullied from before I started attending school until my last year at school for something I cannot change, something I was born with. My one leg is slightly shorter than the other leg, causing me to walk differently – a slight limp In my walk as some people would say.
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April 5, 2019