What is Social Exclusion?

Research has shown that social exclusion can have a detrimental effect on your mental health, including the loss of self-esteem.
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teasing

What’s the difference between teasing and bullying?

Teasing in a light-hearted way can be part of a healthy relationship but being maliciously made fun of can be a form of bullying.
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bystander

Bullying and the role of the bystander

Bullies can make life very difficult for the people they target but what often makes it worse is the bystander who looks on and does nothing.
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How to handle traditional or ‘offline’ bullying

A lot has been written about cyberbullying in recent years but traditional or 'offline' bullying is still just as prevalent.
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great tips

5 great tips on how to AVOID being affected by Bullying

Every one of us will deal with challenging people in our lives at some
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sexual abuse

What is sexual abuse?

Sexual abuse or molestation is where a child or young person is used for the sexual stimulation of an adult or older adolescent.
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bullied

What to do if your classmate or friend is being bullied

Have you ever seen someone being bullied but were worried that you’d become a target if you said something to a teacher or adult?
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13 relationship red flags everyone should know about

If you've never had a healthy relationship, it can be difficult to know what an unhealthy one looks like. Here are a few guidelines...
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How to live with a parent who has anger issues

If you live with someone who has anger issues, it can take a toll on your mental and emotional health – especially if it’s a parent or carer.
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brother

How to deal with a brother or sister who bullies you

If you're living with a brother or sister who bullies you, it can make life very difficult. Here are a few things you can do.
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What happens when I get in touch with Childline?

The Childline 24-Hour Support Line is one of the services provided by the ISPCC and is available for all young people, aged 18 years and younger.
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listener

5 simple ways to be a better listener

Everybody wants to be heard. Follow these five, simple steps in order to become a better, more active listener.
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