What can I do?
Remember you are not on your own. There are lots of people who can help you and who will understand.
It’s important you tell someone who is:
- a responsible adult who can help you, not just someone online but in real life;
- a teacher or school counsellor; and
- your parents or maybe someone else, like a grandparent, uncle or aunt.
Report Cyberbullying and access online help from the eSafety Commissioner.
Those who witness cyber hate and bullying don’t have to tolerate it. Bystanders can have a positive impact. For example, sending a simple private message of support, seeking help and notifying a responsible adult. We can control our behaviour online and work toward a respectful online world.
There are lots of resources to help you. The links below can connect you to assistance from the Australian eSafety Commissioner, Reachout, Kids helpline, eheadspace and Bullying No Way organisations.