About Bullyboy by Rachel Griffin:
In this book, I speak on some of the harmful affects toxic relationships and generational cycles have on children. When they reach adulthood, those same examples and experiences lead to more traumas. The cycle will further continue. I’ve seen this within myself and in others around me. Though I’ve been able to heal, there are those who haven’t. Some of us are still caught in those cycles, whether it be purposely or otherwise.
Instead, we could have been striving for a better life. Not just for ourselves. We have our future generations to think about as well. Like in my previous work, I hope to inspire readers to heal, grow and be the change. Be the change they want, internally and externally. If not for you, then for those you love.
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Born and raised in Cleveland, OH, my journey began in middle school when I picked up poetry. I hadn’t thought about doing it prior and hadn’t realized what I had started until after my first poem. Though I wan’t aware of traumas and their affects at that time, writing those first few words wasn’t only the beginning of a lost poem, but the beginning of a career.