Don't be a bully, be a friend! By: Juliana Ruggiero
"Cyberbullying is the act of using the internet, cell phones, video games, or other technology gadgets to send, text, or post images to intend to hurt or embarrass a person".
Cyber Bullying PSA - A Film of a 13 Year Old
"Cyberbullying is when a child or teenager is tormented, made fun of, embarrassed, pressured, threatened, and much more. Cyberbullying is like regular bullying but it takes place on-line and through cell phones. Cyberbullies can be your classmates, on-line friends, and most often they do know their victims."
"Victims of cyberbullying may experience many of the same effects as children who are bullied in person, such as a drop in grades, low self esteem, a changes in interactions or depression!"
"Cyberbullying is the use of cell phones, instant messages, email, chat rooms, or social networking sites such as, face book, and twitter to harass, threaten or intimidate someone".
Three ideas for spreading kindness and stop cyberbulling
1. Don't leave anyone out. Make them feel inclusive.
2. Be thoughtful, and be encouraging.
3. Be kind to anyone around you.