What's needed now, right now!, is for more and more people to continue to band together and take action, whatever it takes!, to make absolutely sure that we bring this scourge of our society to a screeching halt. We need to FORCE the politicians to listen and take answers. We need to compel teachers and school administrators to be much more PROactive, and diligent, in preventing bullying. And, particularly in the case of bullycides, we need to MAKE SURE that those who are guilty of the bullying are made to understand that what they did was just as bad as pointing a gun at their victim and pulling the trigger. The end result is the same.
This is Eira Maghuyop.She was 14. We didn’t talk all the time, but we talked occasionally. Every time we talked, she managed to make me smile or laugh, and we both loved Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle. This summer, we were going to meet uup in N.Y.C. and she promised to give me a tour. She was the sweetest and bubbliest person alive. That’s why it was all a shock last night to learn that this beautiful girl took her own life. When I heard the news, I was so…shocked. I had no idea she was depressed, or thinking of suicide. It was so sad. Ii cried for about 2 hours upon learning she had died. She killed herself due to the fact that she goy bullies. Really? What the actually f**k. F**k you b*tches that bullied this sweet girl until she couldn’t take it anymore. I miss her, I miss Eira. She was only 14. That’s way too young. She had her whole life ahead of her. We would always joke about who was older, and who was more mature since her birthday was 6 days ahead of mine. She told me I was going to make it big one day. I took those words to heart, babygirl. :’)R.I.P. Eira MaghuyopF**k I hate this world…Why does this happen to such good people. You see what you guys done. yeah. f**ked up
Eira had a beautiful family. Now, they're enduring the deepest level of sorrow imaginable. It shouldn't be that way. Rest in peace, Eira Fatima Maghuyop. I know you will be missed.