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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
In light of quite a few instances that have happened recently in our very tight-knit, little niche of the world, I was asked by several people to do a show on bully and cyber bullying. I want to discuss as it's based in our corner of the world. These are all incidents within our community so let's look at it as a community issue.
Have you been bullied?
Have you been cyber-bullied?
Have you been made to feel uncomfortable or unwelcome within our community?
Have you been bullied or threatened as a submissive over and above what you expected?
Have you as a Domme/Dom ever been threatened by a submissive?
This is your chance to bring this to the table and have your say!
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Tonight is going to blow your minds with steps to take against Cyber Bullying and other topics that are a little too hot to handle..We will give you advice and tips how to handle things when sometimes you don't know how to.
Join Dr. Bille and Sheena for useful information about managing your life. On Wednesday, September 4 they will delve into the all-important topic of cyber-bullying in the age of social media and encourage parents to call in and share their experiences.
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In this episode of Life As We Know It, we are going to talk about Cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is a huge deal to deal with as a teen. Did you know that nearly 43% of kids have been bullied on line. I have been bullied in middle school and called names but never really brought it up and today I will share my story. This episode you don't want to miss. Also We will have special guest Christian Cromartie talk about Cyberbullying so that we can get some input from another persons perspective.
Tonight Vince is joined by guests MeepKittyFcuk and AnonSikko to discuss the always hot topic of "cyber bullying." More and more incidents of online bullying are being reported and several notable cases have resulted in suicide. Save for the extreme cases, most of what passes as cyber bullying is simply the equivalent to virtual school yard teasing. A lot of sensitive, easily offended people report being bullied but often are complicit in encouraging the "bully" to continue. Many relish the attention of being an online victim or martyr. Others become obsessed with their attackers and perpetuate more bullying by continuing to confront them. The easiest way to avoid being cyber bullied is to adhere to Internet Rule #14. Don't feed the trolls! Open lines. Call in!