2. Tell Someone You Trust

This might be a teacher, a close friend, a sibling or a parent who you trust this information with.

Chances are that if you trust them enough to tell them about it, they will be concerned for your safety and well-being and be more than willing to help you find a solution to the problem at hand.

It can seem scary to tell someone else about the problem, because sometimes we like to think that if we don't say it out loud it's not true and that once we share it with someone it then becomes a real problem with serious consequences.

But this is no reason to keep it to yourself, bullies can affect their victims in so many ways and it's important to stop this in its tracks.

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