After the bully incident erupted in the Ba De junior high school in 2010, our society started to pay attention to the bullying, a problem has been concealed in the school, where was considered as a safe place for children’s education before. Up to date, most anti-bullying strategies have focused on either reducing risk factors or in building the notification and counseling system that can help to stop the bullying behavior. Nevertheless, victim blaming, individual attribution and the lack of assistance for the victim are still problems, and the voices and needs of relational bullying victims were not responded appropriately by current strategies. In this research, by taking a measure of listening to the life stories of relational bullying victims and their experiences about the healing process from such trauma, it is hoped that the public and related professionals can pay more attention to the more important issue, that is, the healing process of the relational bullying victims. To achieve the above purposes, a qualitative research design with an in-depth interview was used to four persons who had the experience of been relational bullied and healed in their youth (between 12 to 18 years old). These participants were recruited from the internet. With the back-tracking technique, their experiences were explored and shared. Through the narrative analysis method, the information collected and documented from the interviews are interpreted and represented. It is found that relational bullying experienced at young age will have impact on these victims, they tended to forget such unpleasant or traumatized experiences. However, they had to go through such experiences, whether recovering or not, in their current personal relationships. This study concluded with suggestions to professionals that can better respond to the need of this population.