About NoBullying.com

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Nobullying.com is an online forum aimed at educating, advising, counselling and all importantly, helping to stop bullying, in particular, cyber bullying.

This website started as a social responsibility project for us, but through the support of a community of parents, educators and teenagers – it has grown into one of the biggest anti bullying and online safety websites in the world.  We owe a great deal of thanks to everyone who has contributed to the website, from donating their time, donating written articles to help others to even sharing the website on social media for others to find. Every kind action, big or small – has enabled us to help others. If you want to know more on the website statistics or who we are – check out the bottom of this article. We hope you too will also press the “share” button on the page – to share the website with your friends on social media – who may be facing a problem with bullying today.

Our Values are Fairness, Integrity and Truth. We want to cover the news in as fair a way as possible We aim to treat everyone involved in this website, readers, advertisers, contributors and subjects of our writing as fairly as possible. We aim to be professional at all times. We will always aim to maintain the highest standards possible in everything we do. We are fully aware of our ethical responsibility due to the topic we cover and the global reach we have. We will always try and double check facts and sources – but if any error is spotted, prioritise getting this corrected. We hope you will help us maintain our core values as we work towards our Mission of helping as many people deal with bullying, cyberbullying and online safety from every country in the world.

We at Nobullying.com work closely with and are delighted to gain the insight of many professionals including psychologists, teachers and other experts, we really cherish the input and experiences of parents and children of all ages, on this topic.

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.

If you have some time to share some advice and guidance for others – we would love to take even 15 minutes of your time to answer a few questions by email and we will publish this on the website. Someone maybe looking for an answer you can provide. Reach us here on our Contact Us page today.

As a professional psychologist or psychiatrist with knowledge in this area, share with us your experience and we will gladly display your profile and details on our website, which will be visited by over one hundred thousand people every week, concerned about their child’s safety, whether or not they are being bullied, whether or not their child actually is a bully and if they should seek counselling for their child. Your expertise is more than appreciated, for more info click Here.

Please remain connected to our Cyber bullying-proof social media accounts for more information and tips to say no to bullying.

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NoBullying.com was launched as a website by parents who seen their children suffer from bullying and cyber bullying and when searching online for practical advice and help, did not find a lot of up to date information, nor a website that regularly published content on Bullying and Cyber Bullying. After talking to some child psychologists – we were amazed to find how willing many professionals in this field were willing to help and through written advice and interviews offering tips and help, NoBullying was formed as an information portal for parents, teens and teachers seeking help online. Based in Northern Ireland, NoBullying.com has been quick to gather global traffic with over 50,000 people visiting the website per month in March 2014 from around the world. Over 60% of the visitors come from the USA and Canada, 20% from the UK and Ireland and 20% from the rest of the world.

Fast forward to March 2015 and over 650,000 people visited the website per month from around the world. Over 2,000 articles have now been added to the site and new content is being published daily by our own team and external experts who are helping cover questions that young people and parents are asking around this topic every day.

March 2016 was a bittersweet month for NoBullying.com. Due to your support and sharing – the website had over 1 million visits in a calendar month for the first time since we launched. It is excellent to be able to help and provide advice to so many people – but also a little scary that so many people are seeking help for bullying, cyber bullying and online safety.

NoBullying.com from its launch in June 2013 with 20 people visiting the website a day – has grown to be one of the largest resources on bullying, cyber bullying and online safety in the world in such a short time.

Most Visited Pages on NoBullying.com 

NoBullying.com started as a social responsibility project for us, but through the support of a community of parents, educators and teenagers – it has grown into something much bigger than we could ever have imagined. We owe a great deal of thanks to everyone who has contributed to the website, from donating their time to donating a written article to help others.

NoBullying.com mission is very simple – to reach and help as many people as possible around the world with real advice from experts dealing with bullying every day through their profession. We want to encourage anyone dealing with bullying in any environment to seek local help, there is always people in your life who will help you. Sharing a problem is the first steps in solving the problem. We want NoBulling.com to provide great advice, but nothing replaces a student or child talking to their parents or teacher for support, an employee talking to a HR manager in their company, or a parent trying to help their child talking to a health care professional. Every situation is unique, and anyone suffering from bullying should seek local professional help, where a trained person can guide you in dealing with any problems.

NoBullying.com is not affiliate with any organisation other than our own. NoBullying.com is not affiliated with any other voluntary organisation – the website is an open website to help anyone from around the world seeking help online. We feel we all should be able to enjoy the internet without having to worry about our children or ourselves. If you would like to help – visit this page – http://nobullying.com/write-for-us/

The future for NoBullying.com is to continue to help as many people as possible – we will see 1 million people a month visiting the website before the end of this year To help 1 million people a month – we will attempt to raise extra funds to support this mission. To do this we have created a sponsor pack – where any company that wants to help and support this cause can do so via this website. At the start of 2016 we have placed adverts on the site to raise more funds, allowing us to bring more help and advice for those seeking to be safe online. More details on sponsorship can be found here –  http://nobullying.com/why-sponsor-us/

We also promote anti bullying books from excellent writers – which can be found on this page : http://nobullying.com/books-about-bullying/

A question we are often asked is – who writes the articles for the website. We are lucky to have three types of writer who support us. We have people who are generous enough to write an article free of charge – which we publish with their details included in the article, as a type of “thank you” or an “in lieu” of payment. We have our own internal team who work tirelessly to publish the best articles on hot topics to help our readers. Lastly we have external write whom we pay to publish articles on the website. Sadly we did not keep track of who wrote what and with over 3,000 articles published on the website – it would be very hard to go back and add the author details to each. Hence we have maintained the website like this to ensure we spend our time on producing great content. All the writers know they have done an amazing job and we will all be very grateful for their time, energy and effort in  supporting the cause and helping us reach as many people as possible.

How to Cite an Article from NoBullying.com (or any Website) – 

Like many websites – we use many writers on our articles. This is due to the extensive nature of the writing and constant updating. For material that does not include page numbers  – you can include any of the following in the text to cite a quotation:

  • A paragraph number, which you can get by counting paragraphs down from the beginning of the document.
  • An overarching heading plus a paragraph number from that section.
  • A short title in quotation marks, in cases in which the heading is too large to cite in full.

There is a date on each article ( Last Updated ) and no author, your text citation would include the title (or short title), last updated date, and paragraph number (e.g., “Bullying Statistics,” March 18, 2017., para. 5). The entry in the reference list would look like this:
Bullying Statistics: The Ultimate Guide! (March 18, 2017) on NoBullying.com’s Anti-Bullying website. Retrieved from https://nobullying.com/bullying-statistics/

As ever – we would ask for your support as well – if you have not already, if you can press any of the social share buttons at the top of this page, it will be a great help. Check out more articles on our Anti Bullying Blog.

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  • Nadine Rose
    Apr 06, 2015 at 03:58 pm

    May you please tell me the author of this website, or of the bullying stories article

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