If those girls truly meant what they wrote, they definitely shouldn't be announcing it to the world to gain pity -- the so-called bullying is just going to get worse. Who wouldn't want to ridicule a tweet linking to a Google Document that's probably written on your school account? Being a victim of bullying or harsh words is very difficult and understandably, many students don't want to visit a counselor over it so it's even more important to ask for help outside of school. If other girls are making fun of you on pt, maybe it'd be best to take a break from Twitter. I don't want to blame anyone for being victims of nasty tweets, but there are clearly ways to avoid continued barbs and it might be best to take action in the form of not actively giving people something to make fun of you about instead of tweeting your little sob stories. I'm very sorry that you and your ex-boyfriend didn't work out, but I also don't really want to hear about it via tinyurl linking to a Google Doc in some ugly, childish font. Having your boyfriend break up with you is very sad and upsetting but it doesn't necessarily mean that you have depression.
Asking for help is seeing a professional and talking to loved ones, asking for pity is a public announcement on Twitter. There should be no shame associated with asking for help when you need it -- saving another's life is heroic and saving your own should be viewed as the same.
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