Cyberbullying is a term applied to a wide range of hurtful behavior that occurs through the use of digital technologies. Cyberbullying may happen anywhere online and involve social networking profiles, video and image sharing websites, blogs, e-mails, and instant messaging, or can occur through cell phone texting.
Don’t Bully Me Project
Legal Action may be an option if you are a victim of bullying. But first, you need to understand your rights and the resources available to you. At David’s Legacy we can help you get the legal assistance needed once you identify your situation and how it relates to the law. Learn more about the Don’t Bully Me project.
Cyberbullying is a tough problem to deal with because it happens so anonymously and can be tough to spot in your own children if you aren’t looking for the signs. Watch for the following signs in your kids and talk to them if you are noticing changes in their behavior. Don’t assume they are “just being a teenager” or “are being moody.”
Learning that your child may be bullying people online can be upsetting, but you need to deal with it. Here’s how you can address the issues and educate your child on how their behavior affects others.