If you're being bullied, or know someone who is being bullied, it can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn, to make the behaviour stop and to help you to manage your feelings. But you do have options.
Bullying behaviour can make you feel hurt, scared, worried and excluded. But what is bullying? Respect Me explain.
Bullying is never acceptable. We won’t always like or agree with everyone we meet, but we have to respect each other – and that can be as simple as leaving someone to get on with their life while you get on with yours.
What counts as a hate crime or incident, how do I report a hate crime and can I report a hate crime on behalf of someone else? Get the info here.
If you're being bullied, or if someone you know is being bullied, there are a number of different options you can try to make it stop, or to help you deal with how it's making you feel.
Watch the Young Scot vloggers share their experience and advice about bullying.
Sadly, bullying isn't just something that happens at school. People can also be bullied at work.
Being a 'Mean Girl' or guy in high school is so not fetch, so here's how to make friends and avoid the pressure of joining those high school cliques.