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on July 06, 2015
Pretend they don't exist. At least that's what I do. If it gets physical, avoid them. Been there, it's horrible!
on August 05, 2015
Hmm, first you should ignore the bully. Make it like whatever he is saying doesn't matter. If he still bully's you or somebody else, you should ask him nicely if he or she can stop. If he keeps bullying you ask him loudly if he will stop. At this point, it would be nice if you had a couple of friends who is with you so they can support you. Remember bully's only bully someone if you are alone and feel bad about what they said. If the bully is still bullying you, it is time to See More▼ take action. You should tell a parent or someone you trust. Ask one of your friends to come with you so they can also tell what they saw. And remember, you do not need to tell on a teacher. It could be any trusted adult. Maybe like a parent,grandparent, older sister or brother,uncle, aunt,teacher or even a principal or a headmaster. But, one thing you should never do is bully the bully back. That could get you in big trouble. And you should not punch or kick them back even if they are being mean to you. And if you are getting bullied by a group, you should gather a group of friends to e with you, so they will be less mean. And there is this great place called kids help phone. You can just call in, you don't have to tell them your name, and it is free. They are trusted adults and will help you with your prolem. The number for kids help phone is 1-800-668-6868. Or you can go to kids help phone.
on July 07, 2015
Just ignore the guy. The better you ignore and act like they aren`t annoying you, the better. Soon enough the person will stop and won`t even care, knowing whatever they do you don`t care. Also you could tell the bully that you aren`t afraid of them and don`t back down. Don`t fight them but also don`t act like they are harming you. Only fight them if it`s self defense.
on July 06, 2015