It started in primary school.
The reveal came in a tender interview with artists Gillie and Marc.
Sitting alone and speaking in a raw monologue, Maltman shared how it pushed her to question whether she was even worthy of being alive.
“There were moments where I actually questioned whether or not I should even be here and by completely segregating myself I was giving weight to the thoughts they were creating for me,” Maltman said.
Maltman spoke about how bullying creates a sense of isolation in the victim that ultimately plants doubts in areas of previous confidence.