Tuesday October 20, 2020

ReachOut: How to help someone who is being bullied

One of the first things to do is to talk to the person who you think may be being bullied. Find out what is going on, and ask about some of the signs you see in them.

15th June, 2013
ReachOut helps young people through tough times.

Bullying usually involves one or more people teasing, being violent towards or harassing somebody on an ongoing basis.

Bullying may be difficult to see as it may happen when the person is alone. People experiencing bullying may be scared to tell anyone or feel ashamed about it, so they may try to hide what is going on. Some indications that someone is being bullied are:

* lack of motivation

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