"I wasn't being bullied at school at this point. I had a group of friends, and I was isolated because I wasn't communicating with my parents. I wasn't telling them what I was going through"
- Randy Harrison
About this Quote
In this quote, Randy Harrison reviews a time in his life when he was not being bullied at school. He had a group of friends, but he still felt isolated. This was due to the fact that he was not interacting with his parents and not sharing what he was going through. This recommends that although he had friends, he still felt alone and unsupported. It also highlights the importance of open communication with parents and how not sharing one's struggles can cause sensations of seclusion. This quote works as a tip to always connect and speak to those closest to us when we are going through tough times.
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