We have divided our blog on cyber-bullying in 5 categories :

*About us

* What is cyber-bullying

* Effects

* Consequences

* Advice

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Cyber-bullying is one of the most common forms of bullying. If you, or somebody you know, is being cyber-bullied or bullied in any other manner, the answer is not to pretend everything is fine and stay silent about it. If you constantly are being bullied it could affect your self-esteem, your relationsionships and even your health so don't wait until it gets any more serious.The best way to put and end to cyber-bullying is to speak to an adult. It could be your parents,teacher, principal, coach or any other adult whom you trust. When you discuss your problems with an adult, you can alert them to your situation, tell them who's picking on you and most importantly: you can find a solution and end the bullying.
Sincerely, Chester


  1. What I should suggest is to take a few steps before informing your parents. Here are steps that would be helpful to the victim before informing your parents. Save evidence for you to find out who the perpetrator is. Block the bully to avoid contact with him/her to try resolve the issue.Stop responding to the bully especially not through anger because this may worsen the issue and may get you more threatened and troubled. Changing account settings is important if you are threatened and harassed badly. If the perpetrator finds you once again then take immediate action and inform your parents. If it is a major issue then you may enforce the law. This will most probably resolve the issue

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  3. When thinking about advice for someone getting bullied online you can take the approach of not speaking to them or to speak light into their hearts as well. Romans 12: 19-20 says, Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, "Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord." To the contrary, "if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head." If you get angry with the bully they will continue the bullying and if you show them kindness at all aspects of the situation they will eventually stop. Of course if the situation is overwhelmingly dangerous seek help from an adult or the police. Thank you for letting me speak.
    Ben H.