Youth Cards Bullying - Pack of 50
This colourful, credit card sized youth support leaflet, which folds out, looks at bullying from both sides - the bully and those being bullied.
It offers different practical and tested ideas for dealing with it, whether the reader is the one bullied, or the one who is doing the bullying. It gives very sound, well researched advice.
Trialled by young people, youth workers, guidance counsellors and youth health providers, these new leaflets have been developed in response to requests from young people and youth sector professionals for support information that can be given discreetly to teens around key topics.
The other 12 card topics are:
- Anxiety - Looks at how anxiety affects young people and provide information on how to manage it.
Behind Bars - When Someone’s in Prison. Written for those whose lives are impacted by a family/whanau member or friend being in prison. It speaks frankly about what it can be like and offers ideas for getting through this difficult and demanding time.
- Bereavement - Information about grief following the death of someone close to you, and tips on how to get through it.
Fitting In - Tackles loneliness, providing ideas for getting along with others and making friendships.
- Getting Stronger - To Face Tough Times. Uses the latest research into ways to build up personal resilience and offers young readers many ideas and tools for becoming more resilient, to be able to face whatever life brings.
- Heart Break - Provides practical ideas for getting through the painful time when a relationship breaks or didn’t turn out as a young person wanted it to.
- Life Tips for Hard Times - Offers key thoughts and ideas for times when ‘everything sucks’, including info around problem-solving, sleep and positive self-talk.
- Managing Anger - Helps readers understand their anger and provides practical tools for managing it if it builds up.
- New Home - Living in a New Country. Honestly discusses the difficult issues many young people have when they migrate to a new country, whatever their circumstances. Offers ideas for managing this challenging transition time and encouragement as they do.
- Split - When Parents Break Up. For young people when they are facing or going through a parental break up. Honest and direct, it reflects the difficult experiences of many young people and provides suggestions about ways to get through this time in the best way possible.
- Stressed Out - Looks at stress and its impact, providing practical approaches to managing stress in an ongoing, healthy way.
- Supporting a Friend - Helps young people who are trying to support a friend or family members through a difficult situation, providing helpful information, sources for extra support and self care ideas too.