A Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying

A Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying

15% of teens faced online harassment last year. This guide will help you understand what cyberbullying is, why it matters, and what you can do to help your child.

6 thoughts on “The New Solution to Cyberbullying: Cyberpraise

  1. Nice piece. Several times in my life I was really down, and then someone called me or visited me and that made a tremendous difference. Acts of kindness count!

  2. I must say this is the most effective way: helps both the perpetrators and victims( though I think these are not the most appropriate terms). Two birds with one stone.

  3. It’s acts of kindness and compassion–not antidepressants–that will keep people away from depression and self-hatred! Hugs NOT drugs!!!

  4. As a teenager who was cyberbullied, I have come to realize that many parents do not realize the negative effects of cyberbullying and how easily it can occur. I wish my mom was informed earlier and unfortunately, many parents find out when it’s too late. Don’t be a bystander, learn more here: http://bit.ly/12eFwoU

  5. Hi I guess this article is about me. I love this article, very nicely written. How did you find out about the girl? I don’t think anyone else wrote about that so kudos to you for finding that. Anyway, keep it up!

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