Trent Brown & Alyssa Tette

Cyber bullying

Cyber Bullying: Everyone in this world has been bullied or been a bully to someone but the problem is some people dont stop. People can be heavily effected by cyber bullying and this can cause heavy depression. Cyber bullying happens on all sites facebook, instagram, msn, myspace,twitter,snapchat,sms the list goes on and on. Most people wont come out about bullying but that is a problem because it can sometimes move onto suicide. Some Facts About Cyber Bullying::A quarter of Australian children report they have been cyber bullied.:Cyber bullying is more prevalent in older children, with 31 per cent of 14-17 year olds claiming to have been cyber bullied, compared to 21 per cent of 10-13 year olds.:Cyber bullying is more prevalent in older children, with 31 per cent of 14-17 year olds claiming to have been cyber bullied, compared to 21 per cent of 10-13 year olds.:Many youngsters don't report cyber bullying because most adults don't know they have a cyber life - they fear if they report it, the technology wilbe taken away.

How to stop Cyber Bullying

Stopping cyber bullying can be a hard thing as you may be scared to say something about it. the first step:Look for harrasment:Cyber bullying often takes the form of one person harassing another through emails, instant messages, text messages or other modes of electronic communication.Take immediate action: Stop responding to the bullys messages and inboxes because if you stop talking to them they should stop. Saving the evidence is another great idea as you have proof to get them introuble. The last thing is to tell a teacher and or parent about the situation your in as they can inform everyone about this bullying situation and will be able to stop everyone bullying you

How to talk about bullying

Parents, school staff, and other caring adults have a role to play in preventing bullying. They can: Help kids understand bullying. Talk about what bullying is and how to stand up to it safely. Tell kids bullying is unacceptable. Make sure kids know how to get help. If i was getting bullied i would like to know that parents and teachers are there for me.

More Facts about bullying

* 1 in 4 teachers actually adress bullying* 1 in 10 students drop out of school because of bullying* Over 3.2 million students report being bullied

things to remember about the internet

1. Internet relationships aren’t real. I concede that chatting with a girl from Canada whose profile pics are all perfectly angled who’s got an amazingly curated MPDG Tumblr who somehow manages to strike this sexy balance of affect and intrigue just by the way she ‘talks’ (chats) can trick you into feeling super connected and attracted to her, that’s totally possible, but just remember that you aren’t actually attracted to her. 2. People are way, way different IRL than they are online.Just as with internet crushes, we have this tendency to take relatively sparse bits of information and withdraw from them a much, much wider context based mostly on non-concrete stuff like our hopes, expectations, and interpretation of the ‘tone’ of emails, IMs, and texts. In other words someone can seem so funny online but then when you meet them IRL they’re oddly serious and when you try to joke with them they’re either unresponsive or just fail to understand the references you’re throwing at them.