Walk tall and hold your head high. Using this type of body language sends a message that you're not vulnerable.
Dealing With Bullying
Don't get physical. You're more likely to be hurt and get into trouble if you try to fight a bully. Work out your anger in another way, such as exercising or writing it down make sure you delete or tear up any emails, posts, letters, or notes you write in anger.
Try to talk to the bully. Try to point out that his or her behavior is serious and harmful.
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This can work well if you notice that a member of your own group has started to pick on or shun another member. Practice confidence.
Practice ways to respond to the bully verbally or through your behavior. Practice feeling good about yourself even if you have to fake it at first. Talk about it.
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