Ana buddy/Mia buddy: Anorexic or bulimia buddy, who encourages the eating disorder.
Bbp: Banned by parents.
Bio-oil: Stretch mark oil often used by those who are self-harming to minimise appearance of scars.
Clavicle: Those suffering from eating disorders might use this to search for pictures of people who are very thin, as a prominent clavicle can be seen as a measure of thinness.
#cutfor: Hashtag used to promote self-harm in the name of particular celebrities. #cutforJustinBieber trended in 2013.
Dirl: Die in real life, a phrase which may be used to upset someone or encourage them to commit suicide.
Gcad: Get cancer and die.
Gnoc: Get naked on camera, used to groom young people or as a form of ‘sexting’.
Gokid: Got observers, keep it decent.
Foad: F*** off and die.
Fugly: F****** ugly.
Hduw2bb: Hello do you want to be buddies? Possible interaction with a stranger.
Idttu: I don’t talk to you. Used to ostracise another person online.
Ih8p: I hate parents.
IHML: I hate my life.
Iw2mu: I want to meet you. Suggests possible meet-up with a stranger.
Jlma: Just leave me alone.
Kpc: Keeping parents clueless.
Lggd: Let’s go get drunk.
Miw: Mum is watching.
Mmas: Meet me after school.
Mos: Mum over shoulder.
Np4np: Naked pic for naked pic. Offering to swap pornographic pictures with others online.
Oreo: Racist slang for a black person who is ‘trying to be white’.
Our x: Our secret, used by abusers to encourage victims not to speak out.
Pcrs: Parents can read slang.
P3n15/V4gIn4: Code for penis or vagina.
Pos/Pob: Parent over shoulder or parent over back.
Taw: Teachers are watching.
Water loading: Technique used by those with eating disorders to increase body weight.
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THE ORIGINS OF HAB – A FOUNDERS STORY
HAB Antibullying began life nearly three years ago after my sons bullying had become too much to bear.
He has Aspergers Syndrome and other difficulties and had always been a target for the bullies, but in 2011, during the National Antibullying week, he was set upon by three students at his then school. They physically assaulted him and I had had enough.
My first course of action was to use social media and create a page for people from the local area to join and show their support against bullying.
Before I knew it, a website, a huge Facebook following and support from our local media. A second website was soon developed and running and I haven’t looked back since.
HAB along with my carefully selected committee and team are continuing to grow, we offer support, advice and guidance to all those suffering bullying and the wider effects bullying causes.
We help those of primary school age all the way through to those being victimised in the workplace.
HAB are proud to offer talks to schools and organisation on what to do if your being bullied to how to stay safe on line. Our talks have always been recieved brilliantly and we have worked with some lovely schools.
Our website and service offers guidance concerning all aspects of bullying and also the associated problems it brings. After Hannah’s passing, her family approached us for support and since have kindly helped in our recent fundraising events.
These events combined with our other events and donations raised by our supporters have resulted in enough funds to enable us to apply and hopefully soon achieve charity status.
This will enhance what we are able to currently offer to those being victimised and we have exciting plans in the pipeline.
Hannah’s Help is our grant scheme in memory of this lovely girl. It allows us to help financially towards such activities as team and confidence building exercises, after school clubs and travel opportunities for those that have been left deeply affected by their bullying experiences.
Continued growth and expansion, along with associations with other local and national organisations, will ensure that our message that you do not need to suffer in silence, will hopefully be heard.
7) Remember even mobile phones have parental control and there are apps available to make mobiles safer.
Hannah Smith sadly took her life because of cyber bullying. She was only 14 . Deeply missed but never forgotten .
This page is dedicated to her memory and for us all to remember her .
We will be raising awareness of cyberbullying and bullycide in Hannah's name and also all of those that have sadly took their lives.
Hannah's Help is a new scheme that we are launching. People who are going through bullying can fill out an application for funding. This may include , counselling, team building , classes , travel expenses and more
please click on the link to go to our site set up in memory of Hannah and her legacy.You can apply directly for a grant from there.