Bullying, No Way!
At Supps, we want you to know you that you have a right to feel safe and be safe. Being bullied can make you feel miserable and powerless but things can change!
There are things you can do, and doing something will help you feel like you are taking your power back.
Don't let things get you down. You're not on your own. It is really important to tell someone who can help.
You can talk to:
- a teacher, guidance officer or school counsellor
- your parents or someone else in your family – aunt, uncle, grandparent
- a friend who could help you.
If things don't get better after you've told someone, tell them again or tell a different person. There is always someone who can help.
You can get ideas at the Bullying No Way! website too.
You can also visit the Kids Helpline For Teens & Young Adults section or call them on 1800 55 1800. It is a free call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.