Coping with bullying

People who are scared and upset

When someone deliberately makes you feel scared or upset they are bullying you.

Group of bullies calling someone horrible names.

They might bully you by calling you horrible names.

Group of people threatening someone with fists.

Or they might hit or kick you.

A laptop, phone and tablet showing facebook pages.

Or say nasty things about you online.

Two bullies intimidating a person.

They might make you do things you don’t want to do.

They might leave you out of things.

Or they might steal your things.

If you are being bullied, it is not your fault.

Person with a speech bubble

Tell someone you trust to help you stop it.

Phone being used to text message

If you don’t want to talk to someone, send them a letter, email or text.

Tell them what happened, and how it made you feel.

National Bullying Helpline Logo

Or you can contact the National Bullying Helpline.

Bully Box Logo

Or, if you are at school and your school has a bully box, write down or draw what happened and how you feel about it – then post it in the bully box.

Person writing in a diary

If the bullying doesn’t stop, keep a diary of what happened and when it happened.

Mobile Phone

Or record what happened on your phone.

Person showing a text message

Keep copies of any nasty messages received.

People talkng to a police officer.

Then tell the police. They may be able to help you.

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