Just acknowledging that you have a problem is the first step towards taking responsibility and changing your behaviour.
If you want to change your behaviour, it’s a good idea to get help. Talk to a trusted adult, someone at school like a guidance counsellor, or call us at Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) to find out where you can find someone to help you.
This online workbook can also help you work through how to stop bullying others.
A lot of bullying occurs in group situations, where three or more people bully one or two others. Sometimes, you might be involved in group bullying without really knowing who started it, or why you’re doing it. You might be following someone else’s lead, or you might find it just “happens” when a certain group is together.
If you’re involved in group bullying, and want to stop, good for you!
Here are some things you can try:
A counsellor at Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) can help you brainstorm ways to put an end to group bullying.
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Last Reviewed October 2012 by the Kids Help Phone Counselling Team
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