Bullying affects over one million young people every year, and anyone can be bulled. You can stand up to the bullies, and YoungMinds has prepared this webpage full of information to help you do it.

On this webpage you can find information about what bullying is, how bullying can affect you and where you can get help for bullying.


This is a short information sheet which informs the reader about bullying, including what bullying is, how it can affect an individual and how to get help if you are a victim of bullying. The information given is easy to understand, and therefore should be accessible to everyone. The information given is clear and concise.

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