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We’ve all heard the horror stories about cyberbullying. Online bullies, often acting anonymously, pick a target and never let up. They harass, they make threats, they spread rumors on social media.
They make their targets feel rejected, isolated, excluded. It can lead to despair, depression and anxiety, which sometimes can contribute to suicidal behavior.
It is hell to deal with, and too many families know this pain all too well. Many families find themselves wondering how to avoid cyberbullying.
How common is cyberbullying in the United States? Here are some statistics from stopbullying.gov:
At Digital Forensics Corp., we’ve helped clients identify anonymous online bullies, document the harassment and win restraining orders. Some cases can even lead to criminal charges. We’ve heard the anguish from parents, teens and children dealing with online bullies, and want to do our part to help.
One obstacle to finding solutions to cyberbullying is the silence of the victims. Young people sometimes do not want to talk about the situation, even with a parent or other trusted person. Maybe they are embarrassed. Maybe they are afraid. Maybe they have some other reason, but they often do not want to talk about what is going on, and parents sometimes do not know their child is a victim or know the extent of the bullying.
Even when children or teens don’t want to talk, however, there are some signs that they might be victims of online bullying, or might be bullying others:
You can find more tips at StopCyberbullying.gov and Cyberbullying.org.
The dangers of cyberbullying will never go away entirely, but there are steps you can take to cope, or maybe even stop it, if it is happening to you.
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