#inmiddleschool is trending on Twitter right now and I want to give the internet my thoughts without worrying if I over exceeded the 140 character count.
#inmiddleschool Mrs. Miles ruined my seventh grade experience.
She made me cry in class class for three days, made me sit in the back of the room away from all the kids (literally all the way in the back where there was a 5 foot distance in between the kids and I), called my mother concerning my behavior, made me write a letter to my mom about my bad behavior, and then throw the letter into her trashcan.
1. I was 11
2. She thought I was changing my personality after befriending an old frenemy
3. She was out of line especially because she took time away from teaching to harass me.
I don’t remember that whole experience word for word but I remember it enough to cringe every time I think about seventh grade.
This experience traumatised me.
I’m sure her intentions were a manner of good discipline, but it didn’t come off that way.
A teacher is supposed to teach, guide, and inspire. Instead, her actions were the opposite.
#inmiddleschool Having a boyfriend was the coolest thing. It was “real” love and when a couple broke up, it was the end of the world.
Obviously, it was cute and innocent puppy love and the world didn’t end.
That whole middle school dating experience, for me, was out of peer pressure. Don’t date because you think it’s cool. That will mess with your head.
#inmiddleschool I was happy, lies.
1.My middle school happiness was artificial.
2. I kissed many, many asses to be liked.
3. I was “used” but in reality, I let them use me.
I could care less about middle school but those thoughts were rants I held inside for four long damn years. I just had to get that out. I never really told anybody, so why not tell the internet.
Oh God, wait until #inhighschool starts trending.