So What If I’m Under Weight

My name is Autumn Thomas and this is my story on how I was bullied. I was in 2nd grade and i was ten pounds under weight. Everybody knew my weight issues but they still teased me about it. I was on my way to lunch when i heard someone say ” why is she going in the cafeteria if she doesn’t eat at all?” That really made me sad so i told them how i feel. When i did that someone smacked me in the back of the head and said so. me being bullied happened all the way till now. I am 15 and in the 10th grade. Some people ask me why i am so small i tell them i can’t gain weight as fast as the other kids. Some of them don’t believe me but some people feel sad for me. My mom cries some times too when i tell her that im upset with my weight so she put this doctor¬†recommended¬†protein shake. Honestly, I don’t know who this is helping because it’s not helping me. I weigh 105 lbs. when im supposed to be weighing 115 to 120 lbs. for my height and weight. I am still upset because i still get bullied a lot at school for this. This website has really helped me because I can really express my self with out anyone so thank you to whom ever made this website.


7 Responses to “So What If I’m Under Weight”

  1. Anonymous | May 30, 2015 at 6:10 am #

    I too am under weight and I have never gotten bullied for it. I have been bullied though. My heart goes out to you and your mom and even though we are most likely thousands of miles apart I want to help you and I will be your friend if you need it. If you would like to contact me then you can email me at I would love to help and just know I am here for you!

  2. Anomanus | September 18, 2014 at 8:59 pm #

    Dear ******,

    Sorry that you were being bullied, that sucks. The advice that I would give you is stand tall. You are as big as you want to on the inside. I bet you that the people who bullied you were uncomfortable that you were smaller than them. You know, everyone wanting to skinny and all. But, no matter what your appearance you are strong to withhold bullying.

  3. Anomanus | September 17, 2014 at 12:35 am #

    Also lots of great people are small. Sara Hendrickson and James Madison was small. Don’t let this get you down. I would much rather be small when I grow up, rather then big. Dream on, Unicorns are real!

  4. Anomanus | September 17, 2014 at 12:29 am #

    I am small, a am sorry that you where treated this way. But girl, Small but MIGHTY. Way to with hold through bulling. Rock on!

  5. Biren | December 17, 2012 at 11:42 am #

    Thanks for your reply Hmm yes, when i go out i still experience some buylnilg, but its not always in person, sometimes its online too, for example people sometimes make a status about me on facebook :/I try not to look but sometimes my friends’ just tell me, i just wish they could keep it to themselves, i suppose it wouldn’t hurt as much if i didn’t know.I can’t really do much about it, i don’t go to school so there is no problems there, it doesn’t happen much anymore so i just try my best to ignore it and just pretend everything is okay, i know its not but i just have to pretend, i live my life pretending that there is nothing wrong with me.I don’t think there is such a thing as normal’ either but it seems that lots of people do, its like.. people with mental health problems have done something wrong :/ no its definetly not right, and needs to be changed!Beth

  6. Kristin | October 17, 2012 at 1:28 am #

    It’s funny – the people who betrayed and hurt me the worst looked great on the outside, and people who have become my closest connections all look completely different and unique. I’m 23 years old and I’ve only just realized how terrible bullying has gotten across the nation. I wish it didn’t sound so cliche, but holy crap, it gets SO much better after high school. You’re going to meet new people in your life who are going to love you for everything you are, and that time is so close you can almost touch it. I absolutely promise it. High school is there to condition you – it hurts like hell, but use all that stupid crap people throw at you and turn it into badass strength.

  7. Brittanny | October 16, 2012 at 11:18 pm #

    I understand exactly where you’re coming from. I’m 16 and weigh 80 ibs. I should weigh at least 100 ibs, they say. I can’t gain weight either. I constantly have people commenting on how tiny I am, and how easy it would be to bring me down. They call me anorexic. They say I never eat.
    But, you are beautiful and you have to remember that. I know how tough it is. Just know, you have people that truly care for you.

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