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    How did you cope with it?

    Also,if I follow people on here,does everybody else have access to my followers listed or people I have followed? Or can I only see that?
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    I've not been bullied but was a bully so can give advice perhaps. Who's doing it? How many? Have you told anyone?

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    This other person at my sixth form but I haven't told anyone
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    How did you cope with it?

    Also,if I follow people on here,does everybody else have access to my followers listed or people I have followed? Or can I only see that?
    i don't know how you'd cope with it. everyones' answer would be different but mine would either be talk to someone with authority or stand up to them. personally, i'd stand up to them but this could lead to a more physical confrontation. talk to someone!

    as for the follower, i can't see them at the moment

    hope this helped
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    A friend was being bullied, after months we made an agreement on one day that if anything was said the following day, we'd just give the guy a beating.
    Sure enough following day, 7 of us filled this lad in.
    Got the message across, and tbf, he held his hands up and admitted he was in the wrong.

    Possibly excessive but did the job.

    From personal experiences of being bullied, just confront it. Especially if it's just one person doing it. Most people who do it on their own, will likely back off. Becomes harder to deal with if it's a group.
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    (Original post by Donkey******)
    A friend was being bullied, after months we made an agreement on one day that if anything was said the following day, we'd just give the guy a beating.
    Sure enough following day, 7 of us filled this lad in.
    Got the message across, and tbf, he held his hands up and admitted he was in the wrong.

    Possibly excessive but did the job.

    From personal experiences of being bullied, just confront it. Especially if it's just one person doing it. Most people who do it on their own, will likely back off. Becomes harder to deal with if it's a group.
    I'm physically weak

    Can somebody please answer my last question too please
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    I 'coped' with bullying for years by realising that I'm better than the bullies. Unlike them I didn't have issues that would cause me to try and make myself feel better by tormenting someone else. Especially if it's just name calling, just remember that they probably don't even believe what they say, and instead are just envious and insecure and try to take it out on you.
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    I'm physically weak

    Can somebody please answer my last question too please
    Do you not have friends who can say something?
    You don't have to get in a fight over it, just tell the guy to grow up and act like an adult.
 
 
 
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