Creating Responsive Communities for the Prevention of Peer Victimization
Tell the person that is bothering you to stop. Kids who tease or bully other kids are more likely to pick on kids who won't stand up to them.
Try making a joke to show that you’re not bothered. You can even practice some funny responses at home until you're comfortable saying them to the person who is bothering you.
Have you tried talking it out? Are you still being bullied or teased? Click on another of the letters below to try a different strategy.