This app is about bullying. Every day there are more and more kids being bullied. This app was created to help kids and parents determine if the kid is being bullied, tell them where to seek help if they are being bullied, and give them peer support to deal with bullying.
Am I being bullied?
When you think about the person who may be bullying you,the first thing you probably think is mean or scary. Or why? Why am I being bullied? What you might not know is kids usually bully because there is something else going on in their life. That is why there are right ways to handle bullying.
You may think you are being bullied but you don't know for sure. Ask yourself some questions:
- Is the person bothering you constantly?
- Do you feel unsafe around the person?
- Do you feel threatened by the person?
- Are you sure that the person is not trying to come across as joking?
- Have you asked the person to stop more than once but they haven't?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you are probably being bullied. But there are ways to handle bullying.
First, you should try talking to a trusted adult. Tell them how you feel and what is going on. They can help.
Try to avoid the bully; avoiding the person can help.
If you think it would help and you feel safe doing it, confront the bully. Tell them that you really don't like them bullying you.
Use the Twitter link in this app to follow iBully_help talk to others who are being bullied and find peer support there.
Do feel like your child is being bullied but they haven't told you anything do you don't know for sure?
This should help. Ask yourself some questions:
- Does your child seem to be making up excuses for why they cant go to school very frequently?
- Do they seem upset when they come home from school?
- Does your child seem to stay locked up in his or her room?
- Does your child seem to not have a lot to say about school or friends?
If you answered yes to any of these questions your child may be getting bullied. There is a solution though. Talk to your child in private, let them know that you are always there for them to talk to and that if anything is hurting or upsetting them they can always talk to you. Contact their school counselor, who can talk to them privately and try to help.
Encourage your child to use the Twitter link in this app follow iBully_help to talk to others who are being bullied and find peer support there (they will need a twitter account to do this. iBully_help is a private group and only iBully users are alowed to join.).
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