Students unite in campaign to stop bullying. Photo: Max Fleet Bundaberg News Mail
Students unite in campaign to stop bullying. Photo: Max Fleet Bundaberg News Mail

NiE Bully Buster

Anything that is done to intentionally hurt someone on an ongoing basis is bullying.

Physical attacks, verbal threats, teasing, destroying others property, sending or posting inappropriate comments or images about others on-line are all types of behaviours associated with bullying.

It is when a person or group is physically, emotionally or socially attacked. Those being bullied often feel scared, left out, lonely, sad, depressed and confused. Their self-esteem is lowered, they may not want to go to school, they become withdrawn, they struggle with work, have bad dreams, feel like running away or even worse contemplate suicide.

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