Monday, 19 September 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous
The internet has opened up many new ways for a bully to operate. From emails, text and instant messages, digital images, social media, chat rooms even ‘bluejacking’ (sending anonymous text messages using blue tooth technology) the reach of a bully is now able to invade our most private space – our homes.
There are things that can be done however. The first thing if you feel you are being bullied is to talk to someone you trust – so you don’t feel alone with dealing with the situation. Being bullied can make life miserable and can make you feel ill and depressed. By chatting about the problem it will help you emotionally to deal with the problem. Then there are ways of tackling the issue – attached are some helpful Tips for Tackling Cyberbullying
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