Below are various resources for girls, or any individual being bullied. It is a serious thing to feel intimidated, or singled out. However, there are people who want to help. Talk with your parents, your school counselor, and if necessary the police. You don't have to be a victim.
Many times adults are complacent, meaning they won't move to help you unless they are really able to empathize with the situation. If you find you are being ignored at your school, inform them that you are going to call the police for help, and then call the police right in their office. Guaranteed you will get a reaction then. The quicker you can get the situation addressed and the more exposure you bring to it, the more everyone will be likely to help.
- Bullying Definitions
- Here you will find a list of various definitions around bullying. When gathering this list and the definitions I was shocked to find out how much vocabulary surrounds the bullying situation.
- Bullying Statistics and Policies
- Truly a work in progress here, and anybody that would be willing to send updated information for individual states, would be forever appreciated here at bullied girl. Anyways, this is a state by state breakdown (not all states are done) of the laws and guidances around bullying. In addition, any statistical information that could be found, relating to bullying, is here as well. Again, any and all additions brought to our attention would be greatly appreciated.
- A Call to Stop Bullying
- A really good article on bullying definitions, ways to recognize bullying, and some advice as to how to avoid it. -- Thanks Kids :)
- Free Accredited High school Online Schooling
- When going to school doesn't feel like an option anymore, there are other ways to continue getting an education. There are numerous free online schools, public and private, that offer excellent curriculums and courses.
- Justice dot gov
- Even United States lawyers who work for the Justice Department have come face to face with bullies. They have also decided to do something about it. Above is a link to the United States Attorneys. You can read about their personal experiences with bullying and find out what they're doing to change things. They also have a contact us link on the page.
- Stop Bullying dot gov
- A government website that provides information on how individuals in a community can stop or prevent bullying.
- A Watch-dog
Organization - Advocating for Bullied Children &
Reporting on State Anti Bullying Laws.
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