It’s a difficult conversation, especially when
victims mistakenly believe it is their fault. Admitting it can feel like they
are telling on someone for doing something wrong.
Young victims and witnesses of bullying are too
afraid to tell an adult, a parent or the school. They don’t want their peers or the bully to
find out they have reported it because they’re petrified of being victimised or
getting into trouble. And inevitably the bully will find out because until now, kids have not been able to report