Maxene Magalona, inexplain paano siya binu-bully noon na naging sanhi ng C-PTSD: "Schoolmates would mock me"

Maxene Magalona, inexplain paano siya binu-bully noon na naging sanhi ng C-PTSD: "Schoolmates would mock me"

- Maxene Magalona took to Instagram and bared her soul and narrated what she has gone through and how she is coping with it

- The actress stated that she could remember being bullied while she was growing up

- She said that some of her schoolmates would mock her and would even follow her around while singing her father's songs

- At times, they would also make fun of her TV commercials by imitating her act and would laugh at her face

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Maxene Magalona, uploaded a video on her IG account, showing a happier and energetic version of herself, and included a long caption.

Maxene Magalona
Photo: Maxene Magalona (@maxenemagalona)
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She narrated how she was bullied in school when she was growing up wherein her schoolmates would be bullying her, and would even mock her.

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"I remember being bullied growing up. Some of my schoolmates would mock me by following me around campus while singing some of my Dad’s songs."

She also recalled how they would make fun of her TV commercials, and would imitate how she acts and would even laugh at her face.

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"When one of my TV commercials came out, they would make fun of me by imitating my acting and laughing in my face."

They did not stop there though, they even went as far as hitting upon the personal relationships of Max.

"When one of my relationships ended, my so-called friends took my ex-boyfriend’s side, stopped talking to me and started gossiping about me behind my back."

Now, she is on the path of self-healing and spiritual awekening.

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"I don’t want to be part of the crowd and follow what everyone else is doing just to gain approval anymore. My self-worth is no longer defined by other people’s idea and perception of me."

Maxene Magalona is an actress and social media star in the Philippines. Her father is the late rap legend, Francis Magalona. The actress revealed in May 2020 that she has been seeing a psychiatrist due to her mental illness.

Maxene Magalona has recently been under the spotlight for her viral crying montage. Previously, the actress made headlines after uploading an Instagram reel where she was crying. According to Maxene, it was her "current mood" and even used the hashtag "#ItsOkayNotToBeOkay." Her post, however, garnered tons of reactions and comments from local celebrities from the showbiz industry.

Maxene Magalona has recently trended on Instagram due to the reel she posted on the app. In the said reel, Maxene shared several video clips of herself crying hard, saying it was her "current mood." She also used Adele's song, "Easy On Me" as the background music and even shared a verse from the song in her caption. Needless to say, Maxene's post elicited tons of reactions from netizens, with her video gaining over 400,000 views.


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