If you’re being bullied, it can really help to talk to someone or find more information online. Here are some helplines and online support for teenagers and children to get help.
Who can help you locally
TIC+ has information on how you can tackle bullying and take charge .
Read more about who you can talk to in Gloucestershire:
Other information and online support
ChildLine counsellors are there to listen to you and can help you think of ideas to stop the bullying. Call 0800 1111 for free, anytime or read more advice about being bullied .
Bullying UK gives support and information on bullying or cyber bullying . You can also chat online or share your story through an online forum.
The Mix explains how to cope with cyber bullying .
Connect Safely gives you information on how to prevent or stop cyber bullying :
Think U Know gives you information on how to use the internet safely and how to report people online .
Recommended reading books
Start with ‘Shelf Help’ in your local library – you can download the leaflet below. Look out for:
- Bullies, Cyberbullies and Frenemies by Michele Elliott
- Vicious: True Stories by Teens About Bullying by Ed. Hope Vanderberg
“When people don’t believe in you, you have to believe in yourself.”
– Pierce Brosnan