Bring It Together
Cyberbullying can be anything from threatening e-mails to harassing Social networking site comments.
- Because the bully may choose to be anonymous, what they say or do may be extremely vicious. This makes students feel like cyber bullying is harsher than any other forms of bulling.
- Bystanders, just because the bullying is not happening in front of you does not mean you don't need to stand up to it.
- Victims try to remain calm when responding to cyber bullying. It is easy to be mean back to the bully but this will only make the situation worse.
It starts with you:
Bystanders, learning more about how to be a better friend to others can prepare you to support the victims of bullying. This link will give specific tips and ideas on improving your listening and friendship skills in respect to bullying.
Are you part of the solution or part of the problem? Take our cyber bullying quiz (DOC) and find out if you may be a bully .
If you think you may be a bully click here to learn steps to change (DOC).