Hello Soren. I’m sorry for what you are experiencing. I know you are having a difficult time and feel as though no one can help you but that’s not true. This matter should be immediately brought to the attention of the school faculty. Report the bullying behavior to a guidance counselor, a trusted teacher, the principal, etc. Virtually all schools have a systematic process for dealing with bullying. Once they are made aware of the problem, the school faculty will likely take immediate action.
When you report the bullying, you should also inform the school officials about your symptoms of depression. They can assist you in acquiring psychological help. They may have a counselor at the school with whom you can speak. The counselor can contact your parents and make them aware of the seriousness of this matter.
It’s imperative that you do not ignore these issues and to let someone know what’s happening to you. If your parents won’t listen, then someone at the school will. They can help you.
At this point in time, you have to be your own advocate. This means that to ensure the proper help in this situation, you must be vocal about what’s happening to you. You need and deserve help. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle