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CJHNpantherspirit23
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Ok me and my boyfriend, just basically ended it right before school started.

All summer we fought, then he would come back to me, and say a bunch of crap that wasnt true to make me have sex with him. Which he claims he didnt but anyone from an outsiders point of view can clearly see that was the case.
Now him being 17 and me 14..really cause trouble.
In fact, one night he called my own mother, and told her about us having sex, without my consent.
I mean I didnt want to hide it, just didnt want to really tell her about it at the time.
Basically all we did was fight, and have sex.
Horrible relationship, but I loved him, so I could never see that.
He had ALL CONTROl over the relationship.
He was the one to get mad and not talk to me, and I would cry, then go off and get messed up.
He accused me of cheating on him when I would hang out with guy friends and get mad over it.
Because at the beginning of summer, He had been nagging at me about cheating on him, in which I did not,so he always treated me badly..Well one day I ended up getting drunk,right in front of him, we were hanging out with his friends about 15 of them, and he had being calling me names, fighting with me, etc etc. for about 3 weeks. And that was my way of getting through it, to get drunk. Anyways, He ended up just leaving me there, drunk with his friends..knowing EXACTLY how I am when im drunk. I ended up cheating on him with one of his friends , nothing like sex, just a little feeling..
And I didnt even find out about it(because I dont remember things when im drunk.) til the next week, and the exactly time I found out about it, I called and told him myself.
Of course he got mad, so that was a totally disaster on my part.

That caused most conflict, of course. But he ALWAYS came back to me.
Well now he says he hates me.
And We go to the same highschool...and him and his friends, mainly him, everytime they see me..say things to me..like SATAN, OR BITCH, OR WHORE, OR HOE..etc.
Its come to the point where I dont even want to be here anymore because he talks bad about me SO MUCH.
Iv asked him nicely to please stop, and he wont.

What should I do?
I want him to get in trouble for this, because HE WILL NOT STOP!

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Heather
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Have you reported the harassment to a teacher or administrator at your school yet?

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CJHNpantherspirit23
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No..

I mean its highschool, we dont exactly do that.

I know that sounds like..I dont know.

But It would just make matters worse..because he would get told to leave me alone, then I would nagged about for telling on him.

I just want to go up and hit him in the face, for saying things to me.

Its weird, he talks about me so much, but he "hates" me so much.
Its gotten worse since I found another guy too.

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Actually, many highschools DO, largely in part because a lot of law has been formed in the past few years expressly about harassment in high school.

It's not lawful to harass someone, so if he got worse, he'd not fare well.

Start by talking to a school administrator. Much more productive and sound than hitting someone, which solves exactly nada.

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CJHNpantherspirit23
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Yeah, but I mean...our school is so spread out, he still would be able to do something..

Even out of school..

I mean idk he should get in trouble for this.

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