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Everyday, Mohammed looked forward to seeing his friends. They laughed at him, and mocked his clothes, but he didn't care. He thought it was normal, but overtime, words can hurt.
All the kids would stare, and he spent most of his time alone. But, he was happy. Even if he didn't fit in like the others, he was happy. But overtime, loneliness hurts.
He would be alone at lunch, but he didn't mind. Students would call him names, like "Loner", but he was happy. Overtime, though, names can hurt.
The kids didn't stop. One night, on a Monday night after a long day, he sat on his bed and cried. He tried to cheer up and be happy, but sadness hurts.
He didn't know how to make them stop, and the voices in his head were unbearable. He wanted to be appreciated, but being unappreciated hurt.
He decided to talk to his parnts, and his life got better. He now has a wife and two kids, and has finally found hapiness. He felt like his life wasn't worth living, but he wasn't willing to take that chance. Suicide is NEVER the answer.
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