Bullying has always been a problem at school, and just growing up it's part of life for most. Now with modern science and the internet, social media has been the new way kids are being bullied. The laws and rules always are late to the party because technology always comes first. Putting together a group to give kids a safe place to talk about what is happening and also be able to tell someone to help stop and prevent it from continuing to happen. Building these programs not only help being bullied at school but also outside of school, after school, because social media is 24/7 365.

Cyberbullied Boy

Key Takeaways:

  • Resilience is oftentimes neglected as a positive and protective youth development construct
  • Study examining resilience related to bullying/cyberbullying and school impact was completed
  • Resilience has a protective and mitigating effect on bullying in kids ages 12-17

"One often-neglected developmental construct in this rubric is resilience, which can help students successfully respond to the variety of challenges they face."

Read more: https://cyberbullying.org/cultivating-youth-resilience-prevent-bullying-cyberbullying-victimization

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