There are loads of organisations that can help young people deal with bullying. Many have telephone helplines, while others have useful web sites which offer advice. Some have both. Below is a selection of useful organisations that can help. To
You should never be worried about telling someone that you’re being bullied. It needs to stop and usually that can only happen if you tell someone about it. Do you have a favourite teacher at school or know a member
People who bully others don’t often realise how much they’re affecting another person’s life. They don’t usually know that the people they bully can suffer from stress or even become seriously depressed. Read the stories of those who bully others aged
James story “My mate Aiden was a good laugh until this new kid turned up. As soon as he joined the school, he started rubbing everyone up the wrong way. He was kind of cool and a few lads started hanging around
Reading about the experiences of other people can help because it can help you understand what’s happening to you and help you deal with it. In this section of the site, you’ll be able to find out about the experiences
It’s hard to see your friend being picked on, and although you feel powerless to act, there are things you can do to help. Be a friendly ear. If your friend has somebody to talk to you, they won’t feel
Those who bully like to think that they have power over their targets, so you need to remove that power. There are things you can do to deflect people who bully: Act more confident. If a person who bullies feels
Everybody has the right to live their lives without feeling bullied, threatened or unsafe. Although bullying happens to a lot of us at some time or another, that doesn’t mean it’s normal, and you certainly don’t have to accept it.