6 The three types with examples Physical BullyingVerbal BullyingRelationship BullyingHitting, Kicking, or Pushing someoneStealing, Hiding or ruining someone's thingsMaking someone do something he or she doesn't want to doName callingTeasingRefusing to talk to someoneSpreading lies and rumors about someoneMaking someone feel left out
10 What to do “In the moment” Ignore them!Pretend you didn’t hear themDon’t even look at themDon’t CryDon’t get angryDon’t show them that you are upsetTalk about it to someone elseWrite it down so you don’t forget to tell someoneRespond to the Bully evenly and firmlyContinued
11 “In the moment” continued Turn the comment into a joke.Turn and walk away.Remove yourself from the situation.Go somewhere that an adult is present.Remember you are not the one with the problem. The bully is.Talk to an adult!
12 How should you handle a bully? Ignore themKick themTell a teacher or parentYell at themWalk awayCall them a bad nameGive them an I-MessageTell them to please stopMake fun of them
17 Ask yourself these questions. Does it make you feel better to hurt other people or take their things?Are you bigger and stronger than other people your age? Do you sometimes use your size and strength to get your way?
19 If you are a bully, here are some ways to stop. Apologize to people that you have bullied, and follow it up by being friendly.They might not trust you right away, but eventually they will see that you have changed.
20 More ways to stopIf you are having a hard time feeling good about yourself, explore ways to boost your self-esteem.If you feel like you’re having trouble controlling your feelings, especially anger, talk to a school counselor about it.