I have been bullied before and still to this day I get bullied and I am now 20 years old and it's not a very easy thing to go through, but unfortunately we have those people that are not happy with themselves on the inside or out so they feel like they have to put others in misery. If you're in school you should always tell a teacher or the principle. If you're being bullied at places in general tell an adult or a friend that you can trust.
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November 16th, 2015 5:46pm
Anyone trusted. Neighbors, friends, family, extended family, school counselors or administrators. Any adult.
If you don't want your parents to know, you should tell an adult. Like principal or teacher.
If that doesn't work, then tell your parents about this problem.
And if that doesn't work, tell a psychologist.
That is really up to you.
I'd say the key thing is it should be someone you trust. Parents, School Teachers or Counselors, or even just a normal adult you trust.
If you don't trust any adults, get to know some and spend time talking with them then letting them know about you being bullied.
Find your voice. There is nothing that should make you worry about telling someone that you are being bullied. Just ask to speak to someone close to you, or someone you know well at school or college, a tutor/ lecturer/ support group in private and tell them exactly what has been happening. They may be able help.
Your parents, a teacher, the principle, the vice principle, a counselor, your friend's parents, Any adult who will listen to you. And if the person you tell doesn't do anything, then you tell someone else and keep telling them. Tell them as soon as you're able. Bullying can only be stopped when everyone is aware of the situation. It's a cruel form of abuse and can cause trauma and embarrassment. No one deserves to be bullied and there is no reason for anyone to do it. So if you're being bullied, it's ok to put you foot down and say, "I'm being verbally and physically harassed by this person and I want it to stop. It is making me feel bad about myself and I shouldn't be."
In my opinion, you should tell an adult: a parent, teacher, school counselor, or even an aunt or uncle. Tell a trusted adult that will know how to get you the help you need to deal with being bullied and also to get the bully to stop. In our school district on our webpage, we have an anoymous bully hotline. Many districts have this. You might want to check and see if you district has this. It is very, very helpful and many people use it. Good luck and please tell someone so you and the bully can get the help you both need.
It can be hard to reach out for help when being bullied. If the bullying is taking place in school, it is best to reach out to a trusted teacher or councillor. If it is outside of school, it is best to reach out to your parents or a trusted adult.
The most important thing is that you talk to somebody who you can really trust. This can be your parents, siblings, friends, teachers, etc. After that first step -which can be difficult - you've got somebody to talk to and to figure out a solution together.
well if in case you are being bullied , Express your feeling to the friend, family , and teacher if in case the event is not stopping . Dont give them a chance to take advantage cuz if you remain silent you may have to face it like forever .
I'm so sorry to here that. As a girl who was bullied and lived through it, all I can say is that it DOES get better. If you are ever bullied, talk to someone. Friends, family, counselor, and maybe even a teacher. Get help. There are so many sad things going on in this world from being bullied. Get some help and talk to someone. Hope everything gets better :)
People who you know will be supportive. Friends, parents, other family. If it's happening in school, tell a teacher and make sure (or enlist a parent's help) that they do something about it. Depending on the situation and your own preferences, you may want to keep it quiet or make sure everyone knows. e.g. When I was bullied, my bully went around telling people that I was the one bullying her, and so I had people coming up to me and verbally abusing me for bullying her.
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September 15th, 2015 9:31pm
Your parents. It's always better when they know because they will always try to save you and protect you