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    Im sorry okay

    (Original post by milzime)
    okay um, sorry. I guess i was just trying to help.
    Whatever works for op. Nah i haven't been 'following her threads' :' if she's so worried about who to talk to, i would certainly ring up one of the numbers that have been suggested (:
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    (Original post by Milzime)
    okay um, sorry. I guess I was just trying to help.
    Whatever works for OP. Nah I haven't been 'following her threads' :' if she's so worried about who to talk to, I would certainly ring up one of the numbers that have been suggested (:
    No I was just concerned she doesnt seem to be able to make the breakthrough and she needs to speak to someone becayse its stressing her out. If you look at prevuious threads hen you cna see what i mean.
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    (Original post by Saffron123456)
    techically i think i am being bullied
    Okay well you need to tell someone! It is nothing to be ashamed of and so many people will know how you are feeling too and will have been through something similar. The people around you love you and will want to help.

    I know it sucks right now and I imagine you must feel so alone but you are not alone and the worst thing to do in this situation is to isolate yourself.

    You are not alone.
    And also remember that none of this is your fault and you do not deserve to go through this and you deserve to get help so that the bullying can be stopped and you can try and be happy again.

    Please tell someone, you can get through this and you will be okay x
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    Im sorry okay!!!!!!!
    (Original post by 999tigger)
    no i was just concerned she doesnt seem to be able to make the breakthrough and she needs to speak to someone becayse its stressing her out. If you look at prevuious threads hen you cna see what i mean.
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    Okay well you need to tell someone! It is nothing to be ashamed of and so many people will know how you are feeling too and will have been through something similar. The people around you love you and will want to help.

    I know it sucks right now and I imagine you must feel so alone but you are not alone and the worst thing to do in this situation is to isolate yourself.

    You are not alone.
    And also remember that none of this is your fault and you do not deserve to go through this and you deserve to get help so that the bullying can be stopped and you can try and be happy again.

    Please tell someone, you can get through this and you will be okay x
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    OP, how are you feeling about things in general? How is your general mood?

    I don't know how to put this other than bluntly, the internet doesn't afford much sensitivity, but I feel like you aren't in a very rational state of mind at the minute. I've just had a quick look through your previous threads, and it seems like you're experiencing a lot of anxiety over a very small issue? In fact there doesn't seem to be an issue in the first place?
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    (Original post by Saffron123456)
    techically i think i am being bullied
    If you're being bullied you're certainly not alone. I've been in this situation
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    (Original post by Saffron123456)
    Im sorry okay!!!!!!!
    Theres nothing to be sorry about. Id just like you to get help. Cant you go back to the teaching assistant who you felt able to talk to and ask them to speak to the teacher for you?

    Does your school have a bullying policy and maybe the person in charge of that would be another option? They should have specialist training that can help you.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    No I was just concerned she doesnt seem to be able to make the breakthrough and she needs to speak to someone becayse its stressing her out. If you look at prevuious threads hen you cna see what i mean.
    But there doesn't seem to be an issue? It seems more like a mental health concern for me? Although the OP is very young so it might just be immaturity? It's hard to say.
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    (Original post by _Xenon_)
    If you're being bullied you're certainly not alone. I've been in this situation
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    i dont think u understand

    QUOTE=Twinpeaks;64627951]But there doesn't seem to be an issue? It seems more like a mental health concern for me? Although the OP is very young so it might just be immaturity? It's hard to say.[/QUOTE]
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    (Original post by Saffron123456)
    i dont think u understand

    QUOTE=Twinpeaks;64627951]But there doesn't seem to be an issue? It seems more like a mental health concern for me? Although the OP is very young so it might just be immaturity? It's hard to say.
    Can you please explain? I'm happy to listen
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    (Original post by Saffron123456)
    You can also contact Relate as an alternative to the samaritans and Childline.
    The problem is the bully and not you.

    I'm getting bullied at school

    Bullies are very cunning and they are expert at getting away with it.
    Bullies can operate alone or as part of a group. Bullying can be verbal (name calling), physical (hitting and kicking), virtual (cyber bullying – threats or name calling via internet or text) or a combination of all three. Bullies know exactly how to upset their victim by picking on their sensitive points.
    The person being bullied can feel a whole range of emotions, from feeling very upset, shut out, to feeling suicidal and self harming. Often, the person feels alone, helpless, powerless and afraid that if they tell anyone, the bullying will get worse. This can affect their health, their confidence, their self esteem and their school work.How to solve the problem
    • Ignore the bully where possible. Remember that the bully is looking for a reaction from you, so don’t give them the satisfaction.
    • Tell a teacher you can trust. The bully should not find out that you have told the teacher. The teacher can quietly alert other teachers to keep an eye on the situation and catch the bully red handed. If you find it hard to speak to the teacher, you can always write a note.
    • Tell a friend whom you can trust. Remember it's good to have a witness whenever possible. If you feel that you would like some moral support, ask your friend to accompany you to see the teacher.
    • Tell a parents or guardian. It will not stop unless you speak out.
    • Keep a record of the dates, times and instances when the bullying occurs.
    • If your health is being affected in any way, speak to your family doctor. It is always a good idea to speak to a counsellor. Many schools today have a school counsellor; if not, they can arrange for you to have access to a counsellor who is specially trained to help support you during this unpleasant period.
    Sometimes, the bullying spills outside school hours, and the school may not wish to get involved. Where this happens, you can tell the police about the bullying. Remember that the age of criminal responsibility in England and Wales is 10 so if the people bullying you are older than that, your parents can make a complaint to the police. Hitting or kicking is an assault and calling you names or making rude gestures over and over again, could be harassment.
    The police have the power to apply for an ASBO (Anti-Social Behaviour Order) to keep the bully or bullies away from you.
    Remember: No one has the right to bully you.How we can helpLots of young people come to Relate every year for help with problems like this. We help all sorts of people in all sorts of situations, and we can help you.
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    We can help you a lot more if we knew what was going on; we are all human beings here that care for everyone.
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    Saffron Ive looked at all your threads about this and now recall what it was about

    You mention you were going to talk to the teacher who was in charge of the student support centre. What happened to that? If thats her job, then she will be used to hearing all sirts of student problems and she will listen yto you without judging you.

    IF for whatever reason the science teacher is the only one you feel you cna talk to, then he cnat help you unless you talk to him. He wont judge you and you could tell him in one sentence abiout the issue and he will take it from there. Its really something you need to tell him about so he can help. You will feel better and far less scared after you have told him. Please speak to him or the other teacher or mention it to your GP.
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    pm me then...

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    Can you please explain? I'm happy to listen
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    can i pm u? x
    Yes of course you can!x
 
 
 
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