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Verbal Bullying Guide

Use the above links to explore the verbal bullying guide.

There is no best way to respond when you are being verbally bullied. Use our Action Plan! Work on writing down and practicing what you will say when it happens.

Action Plan: Verbal Bullying (DOC)

Bystander, you can do this too. Knowing beforehand how you will respond when you see verbal bullying will help you be more confident and more willing to step in and help.


Bring It Together

Being the target of a joke or being called a name may seem funny to others but it can have lasting effects for the victim and others around her. Learning to recognize verbal bullying and then standing up for the victim or for yourself are the first steps in taking a stand.

It starts with you:

Bystanders, learning more about how to be a better friend can prepare you to support victims of bullying. This link will give you specific tips and ideas on improving your listening and friendship skills in respect to bullying.

How to be a better friend (DOC).

Check yourself:

Are you part of the solution or part of the problem? Take our verbal bullying quiz (DOC) and find out if you may be a bully.

If you think you are a bully click here to learn steps to change (DOC).

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