That pushed her to finally snap, and she called Laurie out once and for all.
“Because why would I want to be friends with someone who bullied me into an eating disorder? You acted like I didn’t exist until you wanted me to grab you something or film stupid videos!” she told Laurie.
After she said that, her high school bully reportedly looked shocked and even tried to claim that it had never happened. Still, she refused to back down– calling Laurie delusional. She also said that one day, she hoped Laurie badmouthed the wrong person and finally got some karma. Now, that caused Laurie’s face to turn white as a sheet, but her high school bully kept trying to redeem herself.
So, she decided to just walk away and look for her mom– who had been browsing in a different section. Upon retelling her mom what had happened, her mom was actually really proud of her and claimed that karma would come back to bite Laurie and all of the other mean girls one day.
While she did feel good about standing up for herself, though, she’s been having second thoughts about what she actually said to Laurie.
“I can’t help but feel bad for wishing ill will on somebody,” she vented.
So now, she’s been left wondering whether embarrassing the girl who bullied her was the wrong way to handle the situation or not.
Did Laurie finally get what she deserved? Should she feel bad about standing up for herself? What would you have done in this situation?
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