If you are being bullied or know someone who is in that situation, there are various bullying websites you can go to and learn more about the problem and the solutions for it.
Most people at one time or another have to deal with offensive comments about their looks (weight, height, acne, physical characteristics, braces etc), but when these derogatory remarks come too often, one feels really hurt and needs comfort from close friends or relatives. However, sometimes these well-meaning people in our surroundings are unable to give us advice on how to escape the constant bullying and the feeling of inferiority and depression that it inevitably causes. This is why it is recommendable to search online and check out various bullying websites that provide free information and advice on the topic.
If you type in “bullying websites” in your search engine, it will come up with a list of the most popular and useful ones. Feel free to explore them at your leisure and familiarize yourself with different ways of handling bullies and their aggression, threats, blackmail and so on. Most websites allow you to publish your own bullying story and to correspond with other victims who can describe their awful experience and how they managed to end it and to recover from it.
Since bullying has a tremendous mental and potentially physical health impact on a victim, it should never be taken lightly or disregarded as something unimportant. Parents should monitor their children’s behavior and talk to them regularly in order to find out on time whether something bad is happening to them. Schools also need to improve their measures for the prevention of bullying, and one way of increasing everyone’s awareness about the problem is by encouraging them to visit bullying websites.