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How I coped with online bullying
Being bullied is a horrible experience for anybody to go through. Chloe shares her story of how she not only overcame bullying, but used it as inspiration to create change.
How I dealt with cyberbullying
Our Activist Tamanna writes about the impact of cyberbullying and her tips for staying happy and healthy online.
13Our Youth Panel
Elsa says: My advice to other young people who are struggling with their mental health would be, give yourself time and don’t put pressure on yourself if you’re struggling to express yourself through words. Talking can be really hard, but there are loads of things you can do to help express yourself (I use dance!).
We teamed up with young people and gave them a voice to tackle some of the biggest issues facing children in the UK today including bullying, sexual pressures and a lack of work opportunities
Your guide to depression and finding the help and support you need
Reaching Out Digitally: Teens, Technology and Mental Health Training
How dance helped my mental health recover
When Elsa was struggling with her mental health and being bullied, it left her feeling worthless. However, she found that through her love of dancing she was able express how she felt, improve her mental health and gain confidence again.
My Story: Eating Disorders and Self-Harm
What to do if your child is being bullied
Finding out that your child is being bullied can be incredibly distressing. But how can you spot the signs, and what can you do to support them? Our Parents Helpline team share their advice.
Safety Net Report: Impact of Cyberbullying on Children's Mental Health
Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham, set up an Inquiry into the impact of cyberbullying on children and young people’s mental health, in partnership with YoungMinds and The Children’s Society.