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Just send them, Anonymous (15)

When I was going into 9th grade I dated this guy who I considered one of my closest friends. He seemed like such a great boyfriend until we decided to play truth or dare. What started as an innocent game became the kickstart of years of anxiety. Every time I would pick dare he would ask me to send nudes or pictures of me in my underwear. I had never done that before and told him I wasn’t comfortable with it. He still forced me to anyway for the “game”. I eventually gave in and this became a regular thing. I asked him to delete the photos one day and he refused and claimed I didn’t trust him. He would guilt trip me into sending pictures of myself. Eventually a couple weeks later we ended things. That relationship is what caused my anxiety and depression to develop and continue onto this day. Always say no and STAND YOUR GROUND if something makes you uncomfortable.


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14 May 2020

Thank you for sharing your story. This is such a good example of peer pressure in the teenage age as well as manipulation. People change left and right during this time, people mature at different levels. But what you said about standing your ground is completely true! No one should change you or make you question yourself. If they do, they're probably someone you don't want around anyways. It is so important to surround yourself with people who accept you, not try and change you. I am so proud of you for sharing this message though, and I'm sure it will help out a lot of other teens in a similar boat that you were in. All you can do…

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