The ’13 Reasons Why’ Toolkit
’13 Reasons Why’, is a hit Netflix show that focusses on the fictional suicide of a teenage girl in an American High School, and the causes and circumstances that surrounded that, including bullying and sexual violence. For Series Two of the show, Netflix commissioned a toolkit of resources and advice for parents, educators and young people.
Homophobic bullying is when someone treats you badly because of how they see your sexual orientation. It can include treating you badly or hurting you on purpose. It’s wrong but you can get help. This webpage contains information on what homophobia is, how you can be yourself, coming out and, getting help and staying safe.
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.
Bullying and Cyberbullying – Deaf Zone
Bullying is when someone says things or does things to make you feel bad. Cyberbullying is when somebody threatens or writes nasty things to you over the internet. Wherever it’s happening, it’s wrong and there is help out there. On this page you will find information about how to stop bullying, how bullying can make you feel, building your confidence and Childline’s Deaf service.
I’m Being Bullied at School
This is a free to access resource, available through the Relate website. This resource gives information on being bullied at school. The first section discusses what feels like to be bullied in school. The second section gives the reader advice on what can be done to try and stop the bullying taking place. The final section gives the reader links to further help which is available through Relate.
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behaviour that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.
This page from the Black Country CAMHS website contains a set of introductory advice and links about the issue, included cyberbullying.
Peer Pressure and Bullying
Bullying can lead to mental health problems which is why it is so important to break the cycle. This webpage from Headstart Kent looks at bullying and peer pressure and how you can prevent both of these issues from happening and affecting your mental health.
Bullying can happen anywhere and at any time. In fact, most people get bullied at some point or another in their life. It’s not just something that happens at school. It can be at home, at work, even somewhere like a football club. You might not even realise you’re being bullied.
Bullying happens when you or others around you behave in an unwanted aggressive way to others. Bullying can happen anywhere: at school, in the community, online, or anywhere. This webpage from The Children’s society contain information about different types of bullying, how to deal with bullying and extra information that might help you if you are being bullied.
Faith and Religious Bullying
People can be bullied for different things, and sometimes people are bullied because of their religion. If it happens to you, it’s not your fault and you can get help. On this webpage, Childline gives advice on ways to get help, fitting in and feeling like yourself, and celebrating difference.