Bullying can happen to anyone at any age, any where and at any time; in school, at home, on-line, by your brother, sister, friends or adults.

Bullying includes:

  • Being hurt physically - pushed, kicked, hit
  • Being threatened or intimidated
  • Being teased or called names
  • Having rumours spread about you or being ignored
  • Receiving offensive text, emails and messages sent on social networks

Being bullied can make you feel scared, hurt, angry and vulnerable. No one has the right to hurt you or make you feel bad.  It is not your fault. If you are being bullied, tell someone, a friend, parent or teacher or an adult you trust. Stand up and speak out, someone will listen and be able to help.

Remember if the person you first speak to does not help or does not believe you then speak to someone else.

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