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|Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer|
Have you ever felt rejected and ostracized by your peers? Were you ever taunted by your school mates for being different?
Maybe you were very shy. Maybe you were considered a small fry. Were you ever considered ugly? Maybe someone had called you dumb. Were you an over weight child? Were you ever called fatso? Were you skinny and kids called you beanpole? What about your eyesight? Were you ever called four eyes? Were you ever awkward and kids called you clumsy? In other words, something about you was considered an abnormality by others around you.
There are so many things that can happen to us as we go through life. Some comments that were made about us when we were young have been part of our psyche since the day that we heard such unkind words. Some of us never recover and we allow these stinging darts to our hearts to influence how we feel about ourselves.
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Robert Charles Payne is an inspirational writer who lives in West Monroe. He can be contacted by e-mailing email@example.com.