Artist Searches For Her Childhood Bully On Facebook, Doesn’t Expect To Find This

It takes a while getting over your childhood bullies. Sometimes, even a lifetime. Canada-based artist Meghan Lands has spent the last 20 years trying to forget her first 10. Recently, however, she opened up her tormentor’s Facebook profile and it evoked a whole lot of emotions. So much, in fact, that Meghan has decided to put everything into a comic. She describes it as a “rejected anthology submission” and hasn’t even given it an official title, but the 150k+ tumblr notes on it indicate that it has a lot of people relating. The story proves just how long can bullying affect someone, leaving its marks even as the victim enters adulthood. Scroll down to check out the emotional comic and let us know what you think about it in the comment section.

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Canada-based artist Meghan Lands’s work features a lot of her personal experiences

Image credits: meghanlands.com

Especially this moving comic about school bullying

After reading the emotional story, people had a lot to say

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