If you are being bullied, it’s important to tell an adult. This can be your parents, guardian, or other family member. The adult can also be someone at school, such as a teacher, administrator, guidance counselor, or someone you trust. Sometimes the first person who you tell might not be able to help you, but don’t give up! Keep telling until you connect with someone who can help.
When talking with an adult, remember these steps:
NOTE: It could be helpful to have your Student Action Plan, either a blank version to fill out together or one in which you have already shared some thoughts.
Telling an adult
It might not be easy. br>
You might wish you didn’t have to say anything. br>
It can take some time to figure out what to say and how much to share, br>
But do it. br>
Do it because silence is bullying’s best friend. br>
Do it because you’re not alone. br>
There are people who care that you are safe br>
And who want your school and online experiences to be positive. br>
No one should ever go through bullying alone. br>
Tell an adult!
A question from Dawn, who wants to know what to do if you feel like you can’t tell your parents about bullying.
This video provides insight into some of the challenges of telling an adult and what kids need when they do talk.