CYBER BULLYING

By: Kevin Herrera

WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS ON CYBER BULLYING?

Cyber bullying is a big problem. People online are not safe anymore. The reason is because some people chose to bully people electronically and think it's funny. Believe it or not there are effects on cyber bullying.

SOCIAL NETWORK USERS ARE LIKELY TO GET CYBER BULLIED

Being online is not safe anymore. All those fun chats online you have with your friends could be over. All it takes is a person to click send with a mean and nasty message. if you have a social network it is likely to get cyber bullied. In fact 39% of social network users experience cyber bullying. Some people choose not to have a social network to decrease their chances of cyber bullying.

VICTIMS FEEL LIKE COMMITTING SUICIDE

When someone is cyber bullied they feel like their world was turned upside down. They think there is no solution to their situation. They will just leave their situation alone thinking it will get better, but in reality it gets worst. Once it gets worst they start feeling like life is not worth living anymore. They feel like they want to die or worse they think about committing suicide.

USING DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

When someone is being cyber bullied they feel sad and depressed. They feel supper depressed and that nothing will make them feel better. Then they come to drugs and alcohol. Once they do drugs and drink alcohol they think that this is making them feel better. It is true they do feel better. Way better than how they did before they started using drugs and alcohol, but that doesn't stop cyber bullying. It just makes them forget about it for some time.

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