Anti-bullying advice:
Bullying affects lots of people and can happen anywhere: at school, travelling to and from school, in sporting teams, in friendship or family groups or in the workplace.

There is no legal definition of bullying. But it is usually defined as repeated behaviour which is intended to hurt someone either emotionally or physically, and is often aimed at certain people because of their race, religion, gender or sexual orientation or any other aspect such as appearance or disability.

Bullying can take many forms including:

✔️ physical assault
✔️ social bullying
✔️ threatening behaviour
✔️ name calling
✔️ cyberbullying

Here are some Tools to help with Bullying:

Angry at my Family

Anger is an emotion we need to listen to if we are to better care for ourselves and our loved ones.  Anger is usually indicative of getting close to reaching, or having reached one’s capacity, so action is needed to regain balance.  Too many people grew up with the message that anger is bad, hence… Continue reading Angry at my Family

Bullying in the workplace

Recognising bullying in the workplace Bullying can occur in a number of different ways.Some are obvious and easy to identify. Others aresubtle and difficult to explain. Examples of bullyingbehaviour include: — ignoring views and opinions— withholding information which can affect aworker’s performance— setting unreasonable or impossible deadlines— setting unmanageable workloads— humiliating staff in front of… Continue reading Bullying in the workplace


PTSD How PTSD makes you feel: You may be reliving aspects of what happened This can include: vivid flashbacks (feeling like the trauma is happening right now) intrusive thoughts or images nightmares intense distress at real or symbolic reminders of the trauma physical sensations such as pain, sweating, nausea or trembling. Alertness or feeling on edge This… Continue reading PTSD

Anger Management

Anger Management “We all feel angry sometimes, often when there’s a good reason. Uncontrolled anger can be harmful, but you can learn to manage it.” Know the Warning Signs Managing your anger effectively means recognizing the warning signs. If you’re able to identify when you’re starting to get angry, you’ll be better prepared to stop… Continue reading Anger Management

Bullying in the Family

Bullying in the Family A family member who is bullying you may: Have unrealistic expectations or make unreasonable demands Blame you when things go wrong Invalidate your thoughts and feelings by undermining, minimising, or dismissing you or your thoughts Create chaos in your life by starting arguments, nitpicking, or making contradictory statements Use emotional blackmail… Continue reading Bullying in the Family

Friendship Break up

Friendship Break up “Having close friendships is linked to better health, yet one in eight adults have no close friends at all” The loss of a friendship can be just as hard as a relationship break up. Whether it’s the slow drifting apart from a childhood friend, the sudden, sharp distance created by a disagreement,… Continue reading Friendship Break up

How to Make Friends

How to Make Friends If you are looking to make new friends, you have to get clear on what kind of friends you want to make. Generally speaking, there are 3 types of friends: “Hi-Bye” friends (or acquaintances). These are the ones you see at school/work because the context calls for it. You say hi when you see each… Continue reading How to Make Friends

Bullying Myself

Bullying Myself Have you ever caught yourself thinking things like this? I’m no good, and I never will be I should be a better spouse/parent/friend I just can’t handle things I’m stupid, worthless, never good enough I should have more energy I shouldn’t be so exhausted all of the time Other people can manage their… Continue reading Bullying Myself

Bullying at School

Bullying at School If you are being bullied at school it is important to get as much support and help as you can. Please don’t try and deal with this on your own – tell your parents, teachers, friends and keep telling until something is done to stop the bullying happening. You have the right to… Continue reading Bullying at School

Being the Bully

Being the Bully Firstly… It takes courage to stop being a bully. Just because you’ve started bullying doesn’t mean you have to continue. Help with bullying isn’t just available to people who’ve been bullied. Many anti-bullying support groups also help people who are involved in bullying themselves. Talk to a parent, teacher or an older… Continue reading Being the Bully

Cyber Bullying

Cyber Bullying Cyberbullying is a type of bullying which can be by an individual or group, usually repeated over time, which intentionally hurts another individual or group either physically or emotionally. Cyberbullying takes place using technology. Whether it is on social media sites, through a mobile phone, or gaming sites, the effects can be devastating… Continue reading Cyber Bullying


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