Get help for bullying
If you are bullied or see bullying, you may feel pretty helpless. But there are things you can do, and you are not alone! Talk to your parents or guardians, or to other trusted adults, such as a teacher or school nurse.
Some people worry that reporting a bully is tattling. The truth is that talking to an adult is the responsible thing to do. And adults may be able to help without the bully knowing how they learned about the problem.
If you are bullied, remember that the person who bullies is wrong — not you! If you see other kids being bullied, they need your help. And you might also be helping the bully, who may have problems that can be worked through with an adult.
Do you bully?
Do you pick on others? Be brave and make a change! Learn how to stop your bullying ways.
Keep reading to learn more about how to stop people who bully!
- What can you do if you see someone being bullied?
- What can you do if you are being bullied?
- What can you do to prevent being bullied?
- What can you do to prevent bullying at school?
Check out this chart with info on how to get help for bullying in different situations.
Content last reviewed April 15,2014
Page last updated September 30, 2014