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Hi @NightDoug I'm so sorry to hear you've gone though this - it is never right and it is never your fault in any way. While it can be difficult to move on from this, it is absolutely possible. This guide is really helpful: https://www.ditchthelabel.org/rebuilding-your-confidence-after-bullying/ as it helps disrupt the negative patterns of thought we can fall into that are telling us that those people were right and that everyone else sees us that way. It's a step by step process but we;'re here to support you though this. How does this sound?  

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