Being Bullied?

Information and Resources About Bullying

It can make your life miserable. Bullies could be threatening you, starting rumours about you, touching you when you don’t want them to, hurting you physically, stealing your stuff or abusing you online. Bullies often target people who are different to them. Retrieved from thelowdown.co.nz.

Learn more about bullying  

Learn how to argue with negative thoughts 

Love Is Respect website. Loveisrespect’s purpose is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships.

We Stop Hate is more than just an anti-bullying program, it’s a call-to-action to stop hate: stop hating on yourself, stop hating on others, stop letting others hate on you.


Pink T-Shirt Day is a Canadian anti-bullying event held annually on the second Wednesday of April.

  1. Tell a trusted adult, such as a parent, teacher, or guardian
  2. Respond to the bully firmly and act confident
  3. If you can, make a joke out of a bully’s comments and laugh at yourself
  4. Turn and walk away, or even run if you have to
  5. Surround yourself with supportive friends and stay in groups
  6. If you can, avoid places where you are bullied

Adopted from www.helpguide.org

How to Get Help

Do you need someone to talk to and point you in a right direction? Are you ready to talk?

  • Emergency
    If it’s an emergency, please contact your hospital or dial 911.
  • Call or chat online
    You can call Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 or chat with a Kids Help Phone counselor online in a Live Chat.
  • Kinark Services
    If you have a question about Kinark’s services, please call us at 1-888-454-6275.
  • Find a mental health centre in Ontario – visit Children’s Mental Health Ontario’s website.