It sucks to be different
I don't really know how to say this without coming across as a cheesy douchebag, but things will get better. Stay positive. Don't view yourself through others eyes. There are a lot of people out there who are insensitive pricks. I have a good friend who was pretty heavy all through junior high and highschool. I never became friends with him until a few years after highschool, where he is a good 60 to 70 pounds
lighter. He has to fend good looking girls off with a stick these days, the lucky bastard. But in his heavier days he told me he thought about suicide almost daily. He told me all about the shit that he went through, girls calling him disgusting and whatnot. Things never seem that bad when you're on the outside looking in. If people actually understood how bad nicknames and sniffing and shit like that could f**k a person up I don't think most of them would do it. I think we're all going to come out of this with a little more empathy for other peoples situations. Also we will have some pretty thick skin, and the ability to deal with minor, insignificant details, because that is all our body odour is. Don't make it anything more than that. Get yourself in a situation where you don't have to think about it all the time, find friends who will like you for you. Don't try to fit in with the cool crowd, because they are not cool. Cool people have goals and ambitions and respect and empathy, and don't need to cut you down to build themselves up. We've all got flaws, we've all got problems, the only people who get to live good lives are people who can see how good they have it, and how lucky they are. There's always going to be something to be upset, or depressed, or pissed off about. You gotta find the good. Jebus. I don't think I can write anymore cliche's in one message, so this will conclude my cheesy douchebag lecture for today. Also, if it makes you feel any better, I stink like poo and I'm ugly. Until next time....