Bully-phobia “is a term for excessive fear of returning to school after a long holiday due to a bunch of people at school who annoy or ridicule. We’ve all felt it, which we are familiar with the term “oppressed”.
Most of the successful people in the world have had such a bad experience. For example, the stars below. Right now they have fared very well. But they used to have a cruel experience while still in school. Their experience can you make a role model: we may have bullied people when he was junior high or high school, but all of them will bear fruit in the future success.
Here are 10 Celebrities that was once often bullied :
10. Robert Pattinson
Robert now better known as the R-Patz. Before he won awards from the MTV Movie Awards, he was never slammed into lockers. Childhood have a more complicated problem than hold kevampirannya instinct.
“I’ve beaten a lot of people when I was young,” Robert said in an interview with Parade magazine. The base of the problem? Acting. “I liked to behave like an actor, or at least how I think an actor should behave, and it provoked a lot of people seem to hit me.” Well, now, instead of acting Robert fished many women crazy about him.
9. Taylor Lautner
Not much different from Robert, Taylor Lautner had a similar experience. “I used to be very insecure,” said Taylor told Rolling Stone. “Because at that time I was an actor, I was often bullied at school. Not a physical disorder, but people often make me scorn. Then I told myself that I should not let this destroy my dream. I love acting and I will carry on. ”
8. Christian Bale
Before Christian Bale appeared in front of an audience and show off the Oscar, she had to fend off the blows from a jealous classmate. Christian memories of her childhood: “It’s not a wonderful time. I became a victim of torture, received kicks and blows from other children every day. ”
You might think that a child star, who is famous thanks to the work of Steven Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun”, will also be popular in school. But the opposite is true, Christian got a lot of threats. “He had a hard time in school,” said Jenny, her mother. “Torture is bad enough, and it made him sad. That led him to leave the world of film and keartisannya. “Fortunately, not for a long time.
7. Barack Obama
Prior was called Mr President, Barack Obama is getting a lot of nicknames. “With big ears and the name that I have, maybe it was me not being ridiculed,” Obama said during a press conference on the issue of oppression in schools.
Now Obama’s little grown up, had posed for the cover of GQ magazine, has a family that became a fashion icon, and get a very good job. The intruder was probably supposed to be hoped that they used to be nice to her.
6. Winona Ryder
Crew cut Lelaina Pierce (better known as Winona Ryder) and her doily vintage dress into a standard mode in the Bill Clinton and Kurt Cobain.
But when she was a child, it makes it unique style of socially excluded. “I am worn out of the store wearing a Salvation Army guy,” he said in an interview. “I hear people say, ‘Hey, lesbians!” They’re banging my head into a locker, and I fell. ”
“Years later, I popped into a coffee shop and approached one of the women who used to kick me. He said, ‘Winona, Winona, may I have an autograph?’ Then I said, ‘Do you remember me? Remember the first time you ever beat up a junior high school kid? ‘He replied,’ I guess. ‘Then I said,’ That’s me. Now off with you. ‘”Tumultuous applause was followed.
5. Marshall Matters (Eminem)
As a 9-year-old child emaciated, Marshall Mathers were violently crushed, and her mother demanding school system in Detroit. One of the enemies in the primary hurt Eminem’s lips and made helpless, like what is reported by the website The Smoking Gun.
He never came home in a state of bruises after being beaten in school bathroom. For a time he was also pelted with snowballs very hard which made it unconscious. The mother told the court that the trauma caused her son had “nightmares and anti-social behavior.”
This happened long before the suppression of a national issue and as needing serious attention. Marshall Matters at the time to wait and the result was the song “Brain Damage” in the album. Many people refer to the song as the enemy of his childhood.
Moral can be drawn: Do not create a problem with the skinny kid, or he will ask the music industry to help him.
4. Christina Aguilera
Jury “The Voice” does not always have the power to help or break one’s music career. A few years ago, Christina wants to establish its popularity, but some people do not like the school first.
As a teen pop star, he became the butt among fellow students on Staten Island. Some unscrupulous slashed her tires so late to the venue, and damaging the microphone so that Christina shy on stage. “There’s a lot of cruelty at that time and I think it all happened because they’re jealous,” said Christina as the “Behind the Music”. “Some of the threats aimed at me and my mom. They’ll shave my tires if I was still interested to win in the competition. ”
“I remember, at that time I thought, ‘I gotta get out of here, I will realize my dream of going out there.’”
3. Mila Kunis
In elementary school first, Mila Kunis is known as the shrimp. “I was always the smallest in the class,” Mila said during an interview with OK Magazine. “My face alone is growing. My face is very funny as a child. I have eyes, lips, and ears are great, but this would make me a laughingstock, and it was really painful. I once came home crying. Why do I have big eyes? ‘
Who would have thought turns face helps me to attract the attention of Justin Timberlake.
2. Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga was not born directly as it is now. Bra skin and hair horns come later. Gaga remember that high school is a bleak future. She was ridiculed for being ugly, having a big nose, and disturbing. School friends also laughed at his style of dress, his creation in make up, because they feel they know what is best about fashion. Yes, and they are wrong.
1. Madonna Ciccone
It’s hard to believe that Madonna never had a last name and did not have any. But it all really happened.
“I’m not a hippie or use marijuana including high school, so I was weird. I was interested in classical ballet and music, so the kids were a bit nasty if you’re different, “said the First Lady of Pop’s told Vanity Fair. “I belong to one of the people who are victims.”
As they say in the entertainment industry, I ‘use’. “I decided to use my uniqueness. If your pleasure comes from what people around you think of you, you will always be disappointed. ”
Right now he rarely disappointed, not because he does not care about what people say about him, but now that she is a Madonna.