The thing about childhood is that no one around you cares too much about what you are going through or how you feel? I don't mean such simple activities as eating, sleep, school duties, etc.
But about what we really experience. Because it's so completely overlooked, most of us basically stay children for the rest of our lives, just in adult bodies.
And what's it like to be a tall kid! If you think that someone sympathizes with your terror, you are wrong. Everyone pretends they don't see it, that nothing is actually happening.
Maybe even your parents, especially if they haven't struggled with "difference" themselves, will try not to notice it.
With your difference, you are completely alone. The fact that you stand above the class at school, that everyone is staring at you and throwing nicknames is ignored. Because basically how to bite it.
I believe I want to believe that among those reading this post, there are tall people treated differently. Who maybe had such a "tall" clan in their family and felt a greater bond because of it.
Fortunately, I had a lot of tall people in my family uncles and cousins. But as a girl, I was the only one.
And somehow no one ever told me I was just OK.
I am what I am. So about what's going on