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anonymous KIDS HELP PHONE LINE April 06, 2006 5:30 PM

What is bullying?
Tipsheet For Teens
Who Bully

Here are some things to try and some things to remember if you harass others and you’re ready to stop.

Tipsheet For Teens
Who Are Bullied

Here are some things to try and some things to remember if you’re being harassed and want it to stop.

Tipsheet For Teens Who See Others Being Bullied

Here are some things to try if you see others being harassed and you want to make it stop.

Kids Help Phone's Bullying Prevention Letterbuilder

Need a hand talking to an adult about Bullying? Use this tool to express your situation and help yourself.

Bullying Prevention Resources

It's A Girl's World
Original Film

The Skin I'm In
by Sharon Flake

Canadian Health Network

This social documentary directed by award-winning filmmaker Lynn Glazier, follows 2 groups of girls and their families: 10 year old girls in Montreal, and a teenage girls clique in Mission, British Columbia.

The camera captures a disturbing picture of how deliberate and painful these relationships can be when girls use their power to hurt each other.

The film shatters the myth that social bullying among girls is a part of growing up.

My Secret Bully book cover


Canadian Health Network

Lists and describes the different categories of bullying and discusses their consequences on the victim. Offers strategies including how to 'bully proof' oneself.

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Bullying Prevention Videos

Real You
by MuchMusic

Nothing To Lose
by Billy Talent

Words Hurt
by CCA

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anonymous  April 06, 2006 6:00 PM

Do You Target Others? Age 13 and Up

Here are some things to try and some things to remember if you harass others and you’re ready to stop.

Also available as printable PDFs:

Talk to someone you trust, like your partent, a friend, a teacher, counselor or coach. They can offer support and help you find ways of getting along with others better. Put yourself in other teen's shoes... think about what it must feel like to be beat up, threatened, or excluded. Would you want to be treated that way? Make an excuse and walk away from situations were you might bully. Resist peer pressure to bully... do what's right Find ways to use your power and influence in a positive rather than a negative way. Avoid situations where you've bullied others in the past. Apologize to the people you've hurt... even if it means sending an anonymous note. Hang out with friends who will help keep you in check. Take respoinsibility for what you've done and the students you have hurt. Remember that everyone is unique and different... different doesn't mean worse or better than you. Know that just because others watch and laugh, it doesn't mean they like it when you target others. Avoid using stereotypes and labels. See people as individuals, not as sexist, racist and other stereotypes. It's okay to ask for help. You don't have to do this on your own... it's hard to change.

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