Boy with Asperger’s Records What His Bullies Do To Him—Then They Tell Him to Kill Himself…

14-year-old Ryan Wiggins is taunted daily because of his Asperger’s Syndrome. He’s forced to withstand constant ridicule as his peers tell him he’s “nerdy” or “gay”…or worse, tell him to end his own life.

But instead of holding it in any longer, Ryan decided to speak out bravely through a short film that he wrote, directed, and starred in. In honor of anti-bullying week, he used his selfie stick to document a typical “day in the life” of his demoralizing bully experiences.

“Will there ever be a time when I’m finally happy?” he asks in his video.

In constant hope that the next day could be better than the one he’s in, Ryan called his heartbreaking 3-minute film “Tomorrow.”

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