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Tonight's show is about Cyber Bullying and its effects on people. Many parents face this battle (along with adults themselves) with results leading to depression, insecurity, and even in some cases, suicide. This is a serious problem that needs to be addressed and tonight on "It's Real Talk Radio", The Panel will be doing just that. If you, your children, a friend or loved one has been a victim of Cyber Bullying, feel free to share your story with us.
You can send us an inbox on Facebook, a private message on Twitter, or an email at ItsRealTalkRadio@yahoo.com to share your story with us, as we will address your experience on air and share our honest opinions. Of course you could always call into the live show and share your opinion live on air by dialing 347-838-9540. Just remember to press 1 so we'll know to bring you on air.
Set your radio dial to Mrs. P as the eighth grade weighs in on whether school yard bullies should be fined. Bullying is no longer limited to the school yard: Bullies are increasingly using the internet to harass their victims in cyberspace. Who should be held responsible for bullying both online and at school? Some argue that teachers and school staff are responsible, but shouldn't parents also be held accountable?
1.) Can love be found via Online dating and/or social media sites?
2.) Ever tried dating sites? What has been your experiences?
3.) How can one differentiate an authentic wholesome relationship against a fake one through dating sites / social media?
4.) How are emotions and feelings conveyed?
4 a.) How can trust be established?
5.) What are the drawbacks and positive attributes associated with a cyber relationship?
6.) Cyber Dating /Social media Do's and Don'ts..
We are back with the final simply sinister show, as we focus on bullies, online trolls, creeps, and an opening by Mommie Dearest herself.
You know, it is not a strength to be an anonymous internet badass, nor is it cool or does it make you a powerful entity to be a bully, a troll, or a creep. That is just one way, and a poor way, to handle stressors, & points to issues that really do need to be resolved.
We also encourage people, that instead of getting angry, upset, or intimidated by such figures, to instead show them compassion and perhaps try to help them, because that is what they truly need the most.
FBI Director Robert Mueller has said it best, when it comes to cyber-attacks “There are only two types of companies in the US; those that have been hacked and those that will be hacked.” The victims of cyber- crime come in all shapes and sizes, not just the big companies like Target. The US National Cyber Security Alliance found that 60% of small companies shut down within six months of a cyber-crime attack. There are ways to limit the severity of cyber-attacks that partners, attorneys and employees of law firms must know. Listen to this podcast and learn what you can do to protect your firm from cyber breaches.
About Charles Bernier
Charlie Bernier, Esquire, is principal professional liability consultant and in-house counsel at ECBM Insurance Brokers and Consultants. Bernier began his law career practicing insurance defense at one of the oldest law firms in the country. He then worked at one of the largest professional liability wholesalers in the country and in 2013 joined ECBM.
Bullying is experienced by more than 1 in 5 school children-over 8% of all children report being bullied frequently. Barely a day goes by when we don't hear about an incident at school, in a playground or neighborhood where a child is emotionally, verbally, or physically abused.
June Hunt, author of Bullying: Bully No More defines the topic and offers parents a clear-headed approach to protecting their children or stopping the behavior if their children are the perpetrators. Bullies have been part of culture forever but protecting children from harassment is even more complex in our digital world.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
CYBER BUYLLING! WHAT TO LOOK FOR & HOW TO STOP IT!
Is your teen being cyberbullied? Do you think it happening at his/her school? Do something about it!
Parenting and monitoring your child's Internet activities can be tough. We will give you some tips to help keep your kids safe while online.
Why does our society expect teachers and school personnel to be the first to notice the signs of bullying and cyberbullying among teens (students)?
Join A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell and Dr. Michelle Joy Brown as they tackle the issue of cyberbullying, social media as a very powerful and influential vehicle for transporting hurtful images and comments, personal self image problems, tarnished teen self-esteem issues...we will be sharing tips on how parents can help their kids stay mentally healthy and safe on the Internet.
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Rachel Lander is an Occupational Therapist and Management Consultant based in the U.K. She has a huge following on social media sites such as LinkedIn. We have watched her navigate the world of social media with grace and dignity even when targeted by a cyber bully. Since online bullying is such a prevalent topic today, we thought we would delve into this important issue.
Some of the questions Rachel answers on the show are:
What would you say is the cause of some of the problems we see today particularly in regards to our mental health?
Can you identify and specific topic you feel strongly about?
Have you been bullied?
How has this impacted in your online presence?
Has your experience highlighted any other issues?
Do you think you can overcome this issue? If so how?
What advice would you give to someone in the same situation?
For more information about Rachel Lander read her blog article here. You can also find her online.
For children, being intimidated at school by a bully can lead to a lot of emotional problems. A child may avoid school, claiming to be sick. A child may actually develop a psychosomatic sickness, where the body creates the symptoms of an illness in response to the mind saying that the body is in fact sick. When children exhibit signs of anxiety and distress adults need to pay attention, it could be warning signs of bullying. Adults should get involved and meet with parents of the child who is guilty of bullying and and make sure the behavior is stopped. Easy to do when you can see the attacker, but in today's technological world, bullying has often taken the form of cruel teasing and mean insults in the Internet, spread anonymously through social media. How do we combat "cyber bullying"? What are the emotional effects of such behavior on children? Today members of the Garfield Youth Organization discuss their efforts to raise awareness about Cyber Bullying