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8th Jun 2021
Sailing

Trigger Warnings: bullying, mention of the word rape Suffering from bullying and abuse can have lifelong effects on a person – something the writer of this poem knows only too…

18th May 2021
Elle’s Story

Trigger Warnings: bullying, mention of the word sexual assault, trauma. Hi everyone, my name is Elena Ramona I am a 31 year old musician and mental health worker based in…

27th Apr 2021
Kirsty-Ann’s Story

In 2019, Kirsty-Ann Johnstone was part of a team of 5 amazing people who raised over £2000 for BulliesOut when they walked 34 miles in 12 hours! Since then we…

15th Nov 2020
How BulliesOut Began …

As Founder/CEO of BulliesOut I thought perhaps Anti Bullying week was a good time to ‘tell my story’ and explain to you all why BulliesOut exists. We all have our…

2nd Nov 2017
Bullying and ‘My’ Mental Health

Mental Health is a topical subject right now with conversations taking place both on and offline. One question that keeps cropping up is ‘can bullying affect our mental health’? Of…

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