A Guy Sends His Former School Bully A Hateful Text And His Reply Is Unexpected!

Getting bullied can disastarously affect your self esteem and deeply deteriorate self confidence. Well, this guy sends his former school bully a hateful text and his reply makes yoh believe that people do change!

The guy named Marcus finally decides to confront his former bully

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A guy named Marcus puts out his story on Reddit. He starts with, “I haven’t spoken to him in 15 years. I‘ve lurked on his FB a few times, daydreaming about how I might message him one day, but knowing deep down that I probably never would…”

He messaged him and regretted it!

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He continued, “Well, maybe you do become more confident with age, because early this morning I happened upon his profile, and I don’t know if it was the coffee or what, but I actually messaged him. I instantly regretted it, but damn it, I did it!”

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Look over his message!

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“Hey man! How is it going? I just wanted to say that you were a jerk to me in school and I really don’t deserve that. That’s about it!”. The bully wrote back.

Hey Marcus!

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“I’m sorry that my immaturity had such a negative effect on you. You’re absolutely right. I was a moron to you in school for no reason really other than I kind of thought it was a school to be a moron”. People do change, right? This is not it.

Bully: I was insecure.

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” You were always a nice guy to me. To be honest, I always liked you. And certainly, I had no reason to bully you the way I did. I’d like to make an excuse but I think that putting you down made me feel better about my own insecurities”.

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Marcus’s reaction to his messages.

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“Surprisingly, he was really understanding and sincerely apologetic about the whole thing. It was very cathartic,” Marcus wrote on Reddit.

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Internet’s reaction on his confrontation

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You can see that Reddit users are really proud of him. In the thread, he also says that it’s very important to let your feelings out.  Of course! One of the Reddit users says that he was a bully in his high school and he regrets it. To this, Marcus says that the present is way more important than the past. He’s absolutely right!

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