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Any child can be victimized, and any child can become a bully.  Work with your Stop bullyingteachers, principals, and school officials to make sure they are aware of the bully and that an anti-bullying strategy is in place for your safety.  You should know how to access and use the strategy to make you feel safe.

There are numerous kinds of bullying such as physical, mental, or emotionally abusing another person.

  • Physical bullying involves hitting, pushing or shoving, kicking, spitting, or physical aggression to another person.
  • Verbal bullying involves mocking, name-calling, teasing or taunting, threatening words, or making fun of someone.
  • Social alienation involves gossiping, humiliating someone in public, spreading rumours, excluding someone from the group, giving dirty looks.
  • Other forms of bullying are threatening with a weapon, defacing personal property, stealing, racist or sexist comments, daring someone to do something dangerous.


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