Cyber bullying

Stand up against cyber bullying

Cyber Bullying:

Means to bully or threaten someone over internet or social websites, email, or text messages. Such as: Facebook and Twitter. You should stand against cyber bullying because you wouldn't want it to happen to you.

Six helpful tips!

1. Don't respond back: Your reaction is what the bully wants.

2. Save the evidence: The good news about cyber bullying is that the harassment can be captured, saved, and shown to someone who can help.

3. Tell a trusted adult: It's always good to tell a parent or adult what is going on.

4. Block the bully: It the harassment is coming from a instant message you can block them.

5. Be a friend not a bystander: If you see a friend or someone being bullied you should tell someone or help.

6. Be civil: Watching or forwarding messages can empower the bully to harm more victims.