Are you worried about the Internet risks for your teenager? Wondering how you can make sure your teen is safe from a lot of the scams or predators online? The best way to ensure your teen is safe online is to be really open to them about what risks they might find online. Many teenagers [...]
Every couple of years thing stagnate a bit and if it’s good we think it can’t get any better and when it’s bad we think it can’t get any worse. Well, lucky for us and unfortunately for us both are not true, because we can always do better and unfortunately we can always do worse, according to some we have sunk to a new low. That new low is cyberbullying and its incredible expansion. Couple of years back nobody knew about cyberbullying, now kids are committing suicide and there has been the first official conviction for cyberbullying.
This is the story of Rochelle… When Rochelle was bullied at school, instead of immediately retaliating, she would bottle up her emotions until she got home and then take out her frustration and anger on her younger brothers and sisters. Rochelle’s dad died when she was a child, and she remembers one of her bullies [...]
Bullying has a very real effect on the victims and sometimes it gets so bad that they choose the “easy way out”.
Lawmakers and Internet executives are perking up to the growing problem of kid bully fights on the Web. Legislators are newly arming themselves with laws that will protect kids from being repeatedly harassed via the Internet, text messages, or other electronic devices. In recent weeks, Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-Calif.) and Rep. Kenny Hulshof (R-Mo.) proposed [...]
No parent wants to find out that their child is being bullied or that their child is the one doing the bullying. As a parent, you have a responsibility to make sure that your child behaves in a socially acceptable way when he/she is at school. Behavior modification education begins with you. You can express [...]