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Cyber Bullying – The New Ways Kids Hurt Each Other

When you were in school, you probably remember a class bully, who may have been large and intimidating, picking on smaller children who he or she felt were inferior in one way or another.

Cyber Bullying – The New Ways Kids Hurt Each Other

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When you were in school, you probably remember a class bully, who may have been large and intimidating, picking on smaller children who he or she felt were inferior in one way or another. Today, someone with that sort of personality no longer has to be large and frightening and, rather, can effectively use cyber bullying to target an individual with a negative campaign. How can using an online application turn into a means of harassment that can lead to self esteem issues for the recipient of the negative attitudes?

If you look online, you’ll probably find a number of resources, including ebooks, about how to raise your children. However, raising them and protecting them are two very different things, and in order to keep your kids mentally healthy, it is essential to understand the ways in which children will hurt each other today. The online environment offers a perfect medium for harassment over the internet. An individual can post information on a blog site, can attach crude or hateful messages to Facebook or MySpace, and can participate in online stalking in order to make a targeted individual uncomfortable and ultimately insecure.

Cyber bullying comes in many forms like a private message or a conversation in a chat room. You may also find that videos may be taken with something as basic as a cell phone and later posted on the internet through YouTube or other sharing services. Then, captions and layered sound can be used to make the video even more detrimental to the target individual. This sort of harassment gets the impolite message spread far and wide, meaning it can literally hang over your child’s head for a long time.

Because cyber bullying is an online form of harassment, anyone with internet access can find your child’s accounts and begin bullying your child via email or blog sites social applications, you must enforce certain policies regarding your child’s use of those online applications. There are reasons that some of these programs are not offered for the benefit of children under 18, and you may want to consider such a regulation carefully before disregarding it. You may also want to reassure that you are an active participant in your child’s life and would like to continue to be by becoming involved with your child’s online usage. Simply monitoring their activities for an extended time can assist you in identifying the predator or harasser and making sure they are removed from your child’s online environment.

For more information on cyber bullying, check out ebooks online. It doesn’t take an expert to identify the culprit, but you do need a guide to help you do so, as well as information on keeping your children safe in the face of cyber bullying.

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