Teenagers are the main victims of cyberbullies, and it is important that you know how to deal and respond to these situations.


I’m being bullied, what can I do?

  1. Take screenshots and save the abuse.
  2. Do not respond.
  3. Tell your parents, teacher or guardian, don’t deal with it alone!
  4. If the bullying continues contact us and local police.


My friend is being bullied, what can I do?

  1. Talk to them, make sure you know you are there for them and you care.
  2. Try to get them to talk to a parent or guardian or call one of our helplines if it’s really affecting them.
  3. Do not hesitate to contact us if it does not stop!


Help lines you have at your service:

If you live in the UK and are under 19 do not hesitate to call Childline for free at  0800 1111

If you live in Ireland you can use Childline’s one-on-one chat here, you can also text ‘Bully’ to 50101 or free-call 1800 66 66 66

If you live in the USA you can contact Childline ringing 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)

If you live in Spain and are under the age of 18 you can get help by free-calling 900202010

If you live anywhere else in Europe you can get help calling 116 111

If you live in Argentina you can get help by free-calling 102

If you live in Brazil you can get help here

If you live in Uruguay you can free-call 0800 5050

Anywhere you are, you can use this helpchat