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What do do if you are being bullied

     
 
You can protect yourself by telling someone and asking for help.
 
     
Coping with bullying can be difficult, but you have a right to feel safe and secure. You can protect yourself by telling someone and asking for help.
 
If you find it difficult to talk about being bullied, you might find it easier to write down what's been happening to you and give it to an adult you trust. 
 
If you are afraid to tell because you fear it might make things worse, share these worries with the person you trust to ask for help, you have the right to find the best solution for you.
 
     
 
The phone line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and the number is 1800 666 666.
 
     
Even if you think you've solved the problem on your own, tell an adult anyway, in case it happens again. You can also contact Childline by phone, text or through our website. The phone line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and the number is 1800 666 666. You can talk to us by text by contacting our Teentxt service and this is open 10am-4am daily, all you have to do is text the word ‘Talk’ to 50101. Alternatively you can chat to us live on the One to One facility on our website.