When I was a kid, most of my classmates hated me. There were a few that ignored me. Almost nobody liked me. They would take away my glasses, punch me in the face, call me names.
That’s OK now.
But back then it was painful. I thought I was a loser.
After graduation I understood this:
I’m responsible for my future success and happiness.
So I started to take steps to improve my skills (and still do).
Never give the key to your happiness to anyone else.
Find a skill you can teach to others and help them. That’s how you will earn true friends that respect you.