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What do you think the best way I'd to get over 'friends' picking on you everyday at school?

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Last Updated: 03/31/2020 at 4:12pm
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Top Rated Answers
January 27th, 2015 12:53am
To get over peers picking on you everyday at school starts with accepting and acknowledging that you are being bullied. Ignore ignorant people in order to remain positive about your outlook.
March 29th, 2015 3:48pm
Tell yourself that you're better than what they make you feel. Chances are theyre just jealous about something, or wish they could have something you do. You could talk to them about it, tell them that you don't appreciate what they're doing. Or you can just totally walk away from them and pretend they don't even exist.
April 2nd, 2015 7:21pm
Don't be their friend anymore because friends picking on other friends is not a true friendship. That or just ignore them.
April 5th, 2015 12:04am
Dont "get over" it. Take care of the issue! Go on and tell them you dont like it. You deserve respect!
May 1st, 2015 8:30pm
If they're picking on you they're obviously not your friends. The best way to get over that is to just try to tune them out or talk to them about it and let them know that it's not funny to you and it bothers you. Also remember that the maybe picking on you because they don't like something within themselves so they take that out on others.
May 21st, 2015 6:19pm
Friends don't pick on each other, friends help each other out through tough times and are always great supporters when needed. If your "friends" are picking on you then it's clear that they're not your friends. Could it be that your friends might have some insecurities of their own? This could be a good question to keep in mind if and when you decide to address them about the issue.
June 7th, 2015 10:23am
Well, you can't really get over something as harsh as that. But I guess in a way, the best way to deal with it would be to just quit talking and interacting with the ones that are picking on you
June 17th, 2015 11:22am
That depends on you. What ever can take your mind off it or what you can concentrate better on, may help greatly.
June 30th, 2015 11:31am
Well, what I did when my friends were picking on me was dump them, quick smart. Yes, I was a 'loner' for a few weeks but then I found better friends and when they picked on me again, it didn't hurt as much.
July 6th, 2015 10:30pm
Friends don't pick on you. They support you and are always there for you. Bullies, on the other hand, pick on you. In my opinion, just ignore it completely. Bullies always find fun in people's reactions. If they can't find any fun in you, they'll move on.
January 11th, 2016 9:38am
If they are just doing it to goof around at your expense, leave it at that. It means nothing to them and it shouldn't mean anything to you. If they are actually picking on you because they don't like you or they don't like something about you, it comes down to how much they mean to you. If you want them to be real friends, you should be able to bring it up to them as an issue and ask them to tone down. If they don't mean much to you, find new friends. Don't associate with people that make you feel bad. Either way though, your best bet is to learn what to and not to care about. Negativity has no place in anybody's life, To sum it up, either resolve the issue with them formally, ignore whatever they are saying because whatever they have to say means nothing, or avoid them.
June 6th, 2016 5:56pm
Accept the fact that they aren't true friends. It may be hard but don't worry! Leeving the old 'friends' is the first step to having a fresh start! Find some close friends wich will be there for you. There will be someone in your class that is loyal and nice. Talk to them! They will help you x
July 5th, 2016 3:18am
Friends don't pick on other friends. Try talking to these people and if they don't respect you, consider making new friends. You deserve much better.
July 5th, 2016 10:06am
approach them and tell them how you are feeling. they may not realise how it is making you feel. If they still don't stop then you need to ask yourself if they are real friends
August 29th, 2016 4:18am
Leave them, if they are picking on you maybe they are not really your friends. You would be so much better without their negativity in your life.
November 7th, 2017 7:21am
Raise you chin high. Tell them how you feel or find new friends, and start doing things you enjoy. Realize your worth and know you are too good to be letting yourself be treated badly.
January 2nd, 2018 12:49am
Get new friends. If none of them are nice to you, be your own friend. Do not be around people who bring you down in any way. Life is too short and you have too much to offer the world without people bringing you down because of their own fears and insecurities.
February 13th, 2018 8:44pm
Perhaps you need new friends. Maybe don't totally get mad at them or yell at them- that would cause more drama. Just try to put yourself out there and start talking to others. Maybe then they'll leave you alone.
March 31st, 2020 4:12pm
Try your best to ignore the childish behavior and make new friends. Perhaps join a new activity team like the choir for example. Be better than them by not reacting to them picking on you. It’s best to try avoid them and show them they aren’t getting to you. Once they stop getting a reaction from you they will leave you alone. Always best to not let anyone get to you. If they say mean things. Turn around and walk away don’t let anyone get a reaction out of you. You should realize they aren’t your friends if they are mean or pick on you. Find new people to make friends with.