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Trusted information about bullying, including types, why do people bully and stop bullying from leading Australian health organisations.

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What are the signs of bullying? They can include physical signs like bruises, as well as anxiety and sadness. Here’s how to know if kids are being bullied.

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Find out what is bullying, what does it look like, and what to do about it

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Bullying and harassment

Links to trusted information about bullying and harassment like bullying, cyberbullying, workplace bullying and sexual harassment from leading Australian health organisations.

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Dealing with bullying

Unfortunately, many children will experience bullying. Learn how to recognise the signs of bullying and how you can help your child.

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Bullying -

By being aware of the signs of bullying and knowing the best ways to tackle the problem, you can help your child deal with bullying before it gets out of hand.

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Dealing with bullying

Bullying can be incredibly damaging. It causes distress and can lead to loneliness, anxiety and depression. Bullying can also affect childrens concentration and achievement at school.

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Your child bullying others

A guide to identifying bullying behaviour in your child, with tips for what to do if your child is a bully, helping your child stop bullying, and preventing bullying behaviour in the first place.

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Bullying: how to spot it

A guide for parents who might be concerned about bullying and worried that their child is being bullied. Includes tips on how to spot bullying and how to talk to your child about bullying.

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Workplace bullying | Australia

Workplace bullying is not acceptable. Find out more about types of bullying, your rights at work and what you can do if you're being bullied.

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