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That's kind of what I feel too. Mainly I have this deep seated bitterness towards the girls who put me through such a difficult time at school when I was 15/16 - silent phonecalls, poison pen letters etc.-even 10yrs later I feel so bitter that I never really resolved my feelings, and that they somehow 'got away with it'. I met a great bloke around that time too, and I know if we'd met now it would have been a fantastic relationship, but I was so self-conscious and such an emotional wreck with zero confidence that he was a bit irritated by my insecurity and possessiveness and it never really took off.I am consumed with a feeling of 'what could have been'. I feel those girls in effect ruined my mental peace and previous happy personality, and also what could have been the best experience of my life. I just can't get rid of that feeling and I get so down when I think about it. Surely I shouldn't still be feeling like this all this time later??

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