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We chatted to a bunch of young people who had all experienced bullying and they all agreed on one thing: talking was the thing that helped them more than anything else.

Read the transcript.

Getting support helps

  • Having support of family and friends worked the best. 
  • Talking was useful in being able to accept the fact bullying had happened and move on.
  • A school counsellor could be a good option for support.
  • Talking about bullying to someone you trust can feel like a weight lifted off your chest

What can I do now?

  • Our number 1 tip is to talk to someone about what you're going through. Rahart Adams breaks down the 5 key steps for you here.
  • If you're not ready to talk to family or friends, you can share your story anonymously on the ReachOut Forums.
  • Look after yourself. Check out this article for our top 5 tips.