A teenager has managed to get out of the hell of bullying

News 7 December, 2017
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    Arianne, 15, tells how she managed to get out of the hell of bullying.

    Jasmine Dumas

    Thursday, December 7, 2017 15:42

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    Two weeks after the suicide of a 15-year-old from Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, a teenager from Saint-Modeste has entrusted to TVA News, and has testified that she has lived.

    The testimony of Arianne is both sad and hopeful, because she managed to get out of it. It all started when Arianne arrived at the high school.

    She had what she now considers as the wrong crowd. She had a conflict with another girl who was very popular, it seems, and that has made Arianne’s head of Turkish.

    For months, she has been the victim of verbal and physical abuse. Last February, Arianne has changed school and made a new circle of friends and his problems have dissipated to a great extent.

    Today she is well, but she already had ideas black: “Yes, often, but I stopped. I said to myself it’s no use, that I suicide. I’m going to lose all my future, all I want to do. I’m going to lose all my dreams, it does not exaucerait not what I need and we all have a life to live, I think.”

    “We must never allow themselves to be influenced, it is not necessary to stop the bullying and it is necessary to denounce especially because what they don’t denounce it’s never going to stop,” she adds.

    Those who witness bullying also have a role to play in condemning and denouncing the intimidation she believes. Arianne has been able to rely on knowledge, Anabelle Malenfant, who is brought to its defense during its off-peak period and Anabelle is proud to have done so.

    “When people spoke poorly of Arianne, I reasoned, I would tell them no. That is what she did to you for you to do it? Is it that she really deserves it? Is it that she was asking for it? No, I think not. She does not deserve it. I have already done the bullying, and I understood that it was just to destroy the other.”