In the past there has been ample research on general bully/victim problems and it has been in the limelight across the media (e.g. Redlitch, 2004; Nolan, 2004). However, the issue of coping strategies and help seeking is rarely tackled (Hunter, Boyle & Warden, 2004) and along with examining stress, anxiety, and happiness, was the focus of the present study. A survey of 184 respondents aged between 13 and 15 years examined coping and help seeking, stress, anxiety, and happiness among respondents classified as either (i) bullies, (ii) victims, or (iii) bully/victims. Statistically significant differences were calculated. Results are interpreted in relation to previous literature in the area and suggestions for intervention and prevention programs are illuminated.