It really surprises me the hateful things people say on the internet...After all the awareness of cyber-bullying...I mean wow. So sad.
Everyone's a hypocrite, you're all cyber bullying each other, it's all fun and games till someone commits suicide. Cyber bullying someone isn't cool at all, this is why the suicide rate is going up. Think before you say something hurtful to someone.
5 signs for getting Cyber Bullied Parents and educators should be able to spot common warning signs of cyber bullying. With the ever-increasing rate at which technology is available it only stands to reason one should expect an increase in cyber bullying.
Because cyber bullying is usually experienced at an age when parents can expect their child to act differently it can be difficult to tell the difference between a bad mood and warning signs your child is being cyber bullied. If you have doubts, be sure to strike up a conversation with your son or daughter and let them know they are free to ask for your help.
1. Symptoms of Withdrawal: Has your child veered from their normal routine? A few symptoms to look for include constantly waking up later than usual or sleeping more, not hanging out with their normal crowd of friends, or exhibiting a lack of emotion while at home.
2. First-Hand Bullying: If you know your child has already experienced bullying first-hand then the odds that your child is being bullied online are much higher. Bullies don't just stop bullying once school lets out -- they have access to tablets, smartphones, and computers which let them bully people online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
3. Low Self-Esteem: Both teachers and parents should be able to notice if a student or a child is exhibiting symptoms of low self-esteem. It could be something as simple as your daughter making a comment about being too fat even though she's a...