Rest in Peace Eira Maghuyop
A beautiful young girl who ended her life at age 14 due to bullying. She lived in New York, and had future plans of becoming a musician and a successful doctor/nurse. And it’s amazing how one’s life can change instantly because of bullying, and on the flipside, of someone committing suicide, it shakes a whole community.
If everyone could put this young girl in your prayers tonight, that would be great.
Rest in Peace, beautiful. <3
Damn , people need to understand that bullying isn’t always through physical actions. Bullying is through words as well. See some physical bullying can be healed or repaired , but hurting and offensive words can scar your mind and/or heart and that can’t be healed. It just stays there for your whole lifetime and it piles up until you can’t take it anymore. I know what it’s like. Most of us get bullied but we don’t even notice sometimes cause it could be about minor things and we usually just laugh it off, but at the end of the day it still hurts you and lowers your self-esteem in some way. I’ll admit i’ve done it before , and so have you at some point that you don’t even know or remember. We’re not perfect , odds are we’re going to bully someone again somehow , but it would help to TRY to control ourselves , TRY to lessen it and TRY to be cautious of people’s feelings at least to prevent lethal events. No matter who it is , even if it’s the bully itself, please just TRY.
~Bullying is the cause of the loss of one of my greatest friends.
R.I.P. to a great friend @be-you-teaful aka Eira Maghuyop.
October 21 1997 - January 31 2012
RIP EIRA MAGHUYOP<3
i’d like to start off by saying bullying is nothing to joke about. you may not even know someone is having a bad day, but saying one mean thing to them can set them off. and yes, that is considered bullying. I’m writing this in tears spreading the word that bullying really does affect everyone. 14 year old Eira Maghuyop,a freshman at my school, took her life last night. it sent shockwaves through my community and especially the young women and faculty in my school. Eira was bullied. so many rumors are circulating around that i dont know about what or by who specifically. DOES IT REALLY MATTER? a 14 year old with a whole life ahead of her was bullied to death. thats all we need to know. no one should ever have to go through what Eira went through. she showed no signs of depression or anything,and from what i can hear, she was always happy and had a smile. oh the things a smile can hide. just because someone lookshappy, does not mean they are.RIP EIRA, URSULINE WONT BE THE SAME WITHOUT YOU. I never had the chance to meet you, but I had seen you in the hallways. no one deserves this. YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN, ONCE A KOALA ALWAYS A KOALA<3
although Eira was a year younger than i am, her brother is in my grade and she has a 7 year old brother, too. please keep her parents, siblings, and other family and friends in your prayers.<3
this was her tumblr:
please like this facebook page in her honor.
R.I.P Eira Maghuyop
“A fourteen-year old freshman took her own life last night amidst reports that she was distraught over being bullied at the school.” -newrochelletalk.com
Though I did not known you personally you are in my prayers. Bullying needs to come to an end. Was this death of a wonderful young girl needed to prove to everyone how morally wrong bulling is. We HAVE to realize our words hurt. That making someone else feel bad about themselves doesn’t make us a better person. And yes, I am GUILTY of saying cruel things about people. And I pray to God that those people forgive me. This should be a wake up call. When you go to school tommorow go to those people you make fun of, those people you have hurt and tell them I’M SORRY. Tell them I’M SORRY, before it’s too late.
PLEASE REBLOG TO SPREAD THE WORD
RIP Eira Maghuyop :(
A girl who killed herself over bullying, you hear it almost everyday. Its true that its too common because it shouldnt happen. But this girl lived maybe 10 minutes from me, i didnt know her but I wish i could have helped.
So I go to her blog **EIRA**
to learn about her, just because I want to know who she was and I see this V. I dont think I need to explain anymore how sick it was for whoever bullied her to death to do that. It really shocks me. Although I know it happens, it shouldnt. So next time you feel like bullying someone or youre mad and going to say something, come back to this and look at this girls future. A future that she cant even have and her parents dont get to see her fulfill. And if you see someone doing it, whether you know them or not, stop it. Anyone can do something, sometimes its not enough, but it will be maybe SOME closure that people TRIED. Please reblog against bullying. R.I.P. Eira. Im sure you were wonderful.
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE:
Master piano and guitar
Go to college with a dorm
Go to medical school
Have kids (1 boy and girl)
Become a famous musician/singer
Become a successful doctor or nurse
This wil not make your blog ugly. Everyone reblog.
Bring attention to bullying because this needs to stop.
RIP Eira Maghuyop
I will never get how some people can bully others and not feel bad about it.
It’s funny, you know? People start to feel bad and realize what’s happening after the other person is dead.
People start to feel guilty when it’s too late, they probably had the opportunity to help her but they probably said: ‘She will be fine. She doesn’t care, anyway’.
She was only 14, she didn’t deserve to be bullied, at all.
RIP Eira Maghuyop
This has got to stop. People are disgusting. A fourteen year old girl - a child - committed suicide because of bullying. The fact that this still happens devastates me to tears.
I was bullied in middle school. I was told to “just drop dead” and several other things. I was told that I was a poser, ugly, and that my friends were gross. Once, I walked down the middle aisle of the cafeteria to throw out my trash, and a table of kids just participated in a chorus of “Ew!”s. I remember having to storm to the bathroom afterwards because I had to burst into tears. I had people who I thought were my friends - people who thought I could count on - turned away from me. I wasn’t even safe within the confines of my own home. I had countless chat transcripts of cyberbullying. I even had a kid I used to like (and then hated me) ask me to be his date to a dance as a joke. I became depressed and I started to take the pain out on myself. I just fell into this hole - this abyss - and I didn’t know how to get out. Sometimes, I wanted to opt out of everything, life included.
I feel like so many people send out the message to end bullying and cyberbullying. But has anything really changed? People focus so much on the victims. What about the bullies? What about the people who say all those hurtful things? What about them? In my opinion, the public should be focusing on the wrongs of the perpetrators. What happens after something this tragic occurs? The bullies cry a little and say how sorry they are. In my experience, people rebound back into being bullies. Nothing is ever done.
This is not okay. Ever. Do not ever dismiss bullying as “kids being kids.” Do not ever say that a kid deserved it. No one deserves to be told go to kill themselves.
If anyone is bullying you or you know someone being bullied, please speak up. It could mean a life.