When it comes to suicides related to cyberbullying, some names have made national headlines in recent years.
She lives at home with us and everyone walks on “pins and needles” in hopes that she doesn’t have an outburst.
If one thing doesn’t go her way she starts one of her tantrums.
However, she is now past the point where she needs protecting.
Rather, she needs to learn that, in the real world, where there are hard consequences for our actions, we pay dearly for our insulting and dysfunctional behaviors.
According to the Internet Safety 101 curriculum, there are many types of cyberbullying: offers parents an in-depth look at what cyberbullying looks like, how to tell if your child is a victim, what to do if your child is being bullied, and what to do if your child is being a bully.