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Cyberbullying Boy

It's not always easy to realize that your child might be the one doing the bullying. If you realize this is happening then you want to make sure your kid can talk to you without you getting angry.

You also want to make sure it is clear that this bullying must stop and that they cannot treat others badly even if they believe that the other person started it. They may be doing it to get revenge or because they have some kind of jealously. Make sure your child can talk to you about what is happening in their lives.

Key Takeaways:

  • As a parent, accept the reality that your child could be engaging in online behaviors that are hurting others.

  • When addressing cyberbullying, try to discuss the issue in a level-headed manner without demonizing, disrespecting, or judging your child.

  • We hear that “hurt people hurt people.” It is critical to identify the reason(s) your child has acted out. Is it an unhealthy way of coping with stress in their life?

"Goal #1 is to get the bullying to end and never happen again. Ensure that all instances of bullying are stopped immediately, regardless of who started it. No one deserves to be mistreated, for any reason, ever."

Read more: https://cyberbullying.org/what-to-do-when-your-child-cyberbullies-others


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