End Cyber Bullying Australia

Parents, you, your opinions and feedback on points of interest, news and events are so important to Nobullying.com. You are living the daily struggle, if you have a child who is the victim of cyber bullying. We don’t make this statement in a flippant way. Nobullying.com has been established by parents and although we may not have had the exact same experiences as you, we do know where you are coming from. Like you we worry constantly as to whether our child is the victim of cyber bullying or maybe he/she could be involved in cyber bullying through peer pressure. Either way, we want to find an answer to an awful problem which has resulted in the death of teenagers and ruined the lives of many more.

Feel free to contact us anytime if you want to experience share, or offer up some tips and advice that you found useful.

Children and teenagers, if you have been the victim of cyber bullying please talk to your parents, your teachers or your school psychologist/nurse. Remember, we all want what’s best for you and truly want to help. It is not uncommon for kids to bully through peer pressure, especially with cyber bullying. No doubt if you are being bullied, in any way, the bully or bullies have warned you not to tell but guess what, that’s what bullies do. Talk to your parents, your teachers, or a senior person in your school. Don’t ever forget you are an amazing young person with a great future ahead of you, so start today and set yourself free from bullying. There are thousands like you, all anxious about making that first great step, why not inspire them.

We are always looking for people to share their stories – if you want to provide a written article – do contact us via our quick fill in form. Do please note we will need your parents approval first if under 18 years.

Educators, you work with students, parents psychologists, victims, bullies and have good and bad experiences from every angle. You know the sadness suffered by victims of bullying but you also know the joy and happiness felt, when, in many cases with your help, an awful situation is positively resolved. Unfortunately, as you know, it can at times, be very difficult to pick up on bullying and even more difficult to truly resolve it. However, as professionals who see bullying from all sides, please share with us your experiences and knowledge. We really do want to give you a forum which will allow you help not just those in your school.

With the rising issue of social media and digital forums, comments, photos, posts, and unique individual/user content shared by individuals can often be viewed by strangers and acquaintances alike. Cyberbullying also includes photos, messages, or pages that are not taken down, even after the person has been asked to do so. The stress of being in a constant state of upset or have fear can lead to problems with mood, energy level, sleep, and appetite.

We are a highly dedicated and specialist coalition of organisations and individuals, working beside each other – together to achieve our vision to: stop digital bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. We welcome membership from any organisation or individual that back our vision and support a free network of thousands of schools and colleges.

Special Thanks

We are supported in this venture by our partners; one is searchbutlers digital and the other is from Melbourne, malestrippers.com.au They provide u with financial, community and profession support to keep our mission alive and end the problem of cyber bullying.

Put simply it’s anything that gets posted online and is meant to hurt, harass, or upset someone else. Sometimes, online bullying, like other kinds of bullying, can lead to serious long-lasting problems.