The emotions you see are real. I did not just act out these moments, I relived them as if I was there again. It's the hardest thing I've done since my Silent Night solo, but I don't regret it. If my darkest moment lets someone see they don't have to commit suicide, then everything I've done here is worth it.
I've taken my message to tumblr. I didn't want to say anything about it until I'd gotten the hang of it. I found a Chrome extension called Xkit that makes "tumblring" far easier. I have a specific string of tags for my antibullying/positivity stuff, but the most important tag is the AFBV tag. Track it if you want to get JUST my antibullying stuff(you have to have an account there!). I don't know if you can search just my blog for the AFBV tag without an account, thus all I can say is try it and see.
My tumblr blog is sort of an all-in-one. I post positive and antibullying stuff there, but I also post personal, choir and fandom related stuff. (This is due to the secondary blog feature not working; I got sick of waiting. ALSO, ETA: Xkit lets me keep tags automatically during reblogging.)
Some fandom posts MAY be a bit adult in nature, so I'll tag and warn that those posts are NSFW(Not Safe For Work). I won't reblog adult-rated pictures of any sort, but I might link to fanfiction-- my own or someone else's-- that contains adult material. Again, those will be labeled as NSFW.
My whole tumblr blog is http://butterflyinthewell.tumblr.com
I chose a butterfly theme because, like I say in the blog description, I see butterflies as a symbol of life and renewal. I'm hoping just the sight of them gives people a feeling of peace and hope.
I was a bit wary of tumblr at first. I've heard horror stories about people using the anon feature to harass and bully. I allow anon questions. You don't have to be registered to ask me something. I haven't gotten any hate yet, but if I do I'll feel greatly satisfied in deleting it. The "delete" icon is a little trash can. I'll be putting the trash where it belongs! :)
See you on tumblr!
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My name is Cyndi, and I am a bullying survivor. The majority of my blog posts will be related to bullying, its effects, or ways to cope.
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