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Cyberbullying is when technology, such as mobile phones and the internet, is used to bully someone. Find out how to prevent and respond to cyberbullying.
Many children and young people experience bullying but you don't have to put up with it.
If you’re being bullied, talk to someone. There are lots of people who can help.
Doug Faulkner recalls how he was bullied every day during his time at secondary school.
Bullying is a big concern for many parents and carers. Find out what you can do to help your child.
Maria describes how her daughter Sam was bullied in her first year at secondary school.
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If you're bullying others, it can be hard to stop. But it’s never too late to change your behaviour.
Getting teenagers to talk about what's bothering them can be hard. Follow these tips to help you get teens talking.
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Advice on how to cope with heated arguments with your teenager, and what to do if they become violent.
If you’re worried about a child you think has a problem, getting them to talk about it can really help.
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Workplace bullying is common. How to identify if you're being bullied at work and what you can do to stop it.
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Abuse is never OK in relationships, and that includes verbal and emotional abuse. Here's how to find help if it's happening to you.
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Clinical psychologist Shreeta Raja gives advice on how to help your child deal with their anger in a positive way
Find out about warning signs of depression in children and teenagers, and the help available
How to spot signs of violence in your teenager's relationship and what you can do to help.
Answers to sex FAQs, including saying no, what to do if a condom splits, being gay and more
Articles and videos all about puberty, including tips to help parents prepare their children, and common Q&As
Why we get angry and how dealing with anger can reduce health risks and improve relationships
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