10 guidelines for stopping cyberbullying
from Psychology Today
A generation ago, young people who were bullied in school could count on hours spent at home as a respite from ridicule. Today, kids are ever-connected through texting, instant messaging and social media sites; sadly, there is little rest for the bully-weary. While many parents consider themselves digital immigrants in their child's native cyber-lands, even a tech-novice can help a young person navigate their way safely through the choppy waters of online aggression. Here are 10 guidelines that parents, caregivers and other concerned adults can offer to the young people they care about for effectively dealing with cyberbullying.
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