Boyle opens up about her teen bullies
London, Oct 21, Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle has opened up about the bullies and psychological trauma she had to undergo during her teenage days.
Boyle has talked about her school days in autobiography “The Woman I Was Born To Be”, reports dailystar.co.uk.
“There was name calling, burning my clothes with a cigarette and trying to trip me up – stuff like that,” said Boyle.
“That was physical, but the most hurtful was the psychological things – name calling, repeated name calling… they weren’t very nice. It made me feel as if nobody loved me,” she added.
But Boyle wouldn’t always let her teen tormentors get to her. “I used to chase after them,” she said.