Breaking the high school societal ideology

Breaking the high school societal ideology



yeah where do I even begin today I'm gonna be talking about my high school experience everybody will experience going through high school whether they will go through in a couple years or they are struggling through a now or they staggered through high school many years ago and all of these experiences there's one constant I found time and time again the high school ideology is built up around the same thing social standing and ranking there are the cool kids and the outcast as the sad disheartening truth that has been represented so many times in media such as like the movie heathers or the musical be more chill the idea of wanting to be a cool kid in high school is one that everyone can relate to I went to high schools thinking the same thing having the same ideology I wanted to be a cool kid the one that everyone knew and everyone wanted to hang out with or be around for the most part this was true my friend group was well known and I was inseparable it's inseparable from them I was so arrogant at the time mostly because I just I would just go through without questioning whether I was being a good person person or not as time went on during high school I began to question interactions I began to ponder the idea that I am not the person that this group is making me be someone who ridicules someone else that doesn't fit into our societal standards of high school I wanted to bring it up or ask about it ask why we are doing the things that we are doing Bennelong see at the time I was scared I was scared about how they wouldn't view me or mess up my social standing that built up all throughout high school I was terrified of how highschool society would view me except one day I reached my breaking point I'd reached the point in which I stopped carrying a carrying how high school would view me this all happened one day when my friends and I were at a party we were all having a grand old time really we're all having fun until when a kid that was in our crate showed up this kid was not one one of the people that really fit in it was Corky and was out there but in general he was a nice kid I never saw him get mad or be malicious to anyone I didn't mind him being there in all honesty but my friends had different viewpoint my friends began to mock the kid they saw it as funny but I saw as disgusting them just making fun of the kid that did nothing wrong except being different from the rest of us by the time that I was about to throw up because I felt so bad for him the kid already had tears filling up his eyes he ran out of the house and he didn't appear at school for the next week I wish for anything that I could go back in time I plead at night that I could go back and tell my friends to stop or just walk up to the kid throw my arm around him and just walk out that party together sadly I can't go back in time I can't go back in time and fix that mistake at the moment I did nothing to stop the ridicul I was not the noble hero I saw myself as although at that moment I did realize something I realized I no longer cared to be friends with those awful people better yeah I began to stop caring at how high school society viewed me I stopped caring about their opinions because I wanted to be the person that I knew I could be I knew I could be a person that was nice and friendly to everyone someone that people could come to and find a friend if they needed it after that night I stopped talking to those people I once called friends I began to talk to everyone and anyone sure me talking to people that weren't viewed as cool brought the ridicule my way especially by the people I once called friends but I didn't care I just wanted to be a nice person I was no longer restricted by the laws of high school society and for the first time in my high school career I felt free free to be the person I wanted to be not concerned about talking to the right people or wearing the right thing I was free to be the person I knew and cherished to be the moment me no longer care how society views you is the moment you are no longer held back or restricted you are able to become a beacon of kindness you no longer have to follow the crowd of mockery and insecurity but rather create a flow of happiness that is pushing back against that society so what I want you to do exam is examine how old the society around you is built up in high school see how the society is restricting you through social norms and ideology then I want you to stop caring I want you to no longer care about how society is viewing you if you just stop caring you are given the freedom to become the best version of yourself one that has the ability to spread positivity and kindness you have the ability to bring a happy world but only if you're willing to stop caring

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