Help with Bullying

How to Get Help with Bullying

Talk to Someone You Trust:

It’s okay to share your feelings. Talk to a grown-up you trust, like a parent, teacher, or school counselor. They’re there to help.

Know It’s Not Your Fault:

Bullying is never your fault. Remember, you didn’t do anything wrong.

Describe What’s Happening:

Explain what’s going on. Tell them who is involved, where it happens, and what they say or do.

Be Brave and Strong:

It’s important to be brave and stand up for yourself. You can say things like, “Stop!” or “I don’t like that.” If you don’t feel safe, it’s okay to walk away.

Stay with Friends:

Being with friends can help you feel safer and happier. They can support you.

Online Safety:

If the bullying happens online, block or report the person. Don’t share personal info and remember that you can always talk to a grown-up about it.

Keep a Bullying Diary:

Write down what happens, when it happens, and who’s involved. It helps grown-ups understand and help.

Be a Good Friend:

Be kind and make friends with others. Being a good friend is cool, and it can stop bullies

Stay Strong:

You are strong, and you can get through this. Believe in yourself, and know that things will get better.

Love and Support:

Your family loves you, and they’re there to support you. You’re never alone, and they will help you.

Remember, talking to someone you trust is the most important step. You don’t have to face bullying on your own. We care about you, and we want to help.

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