Category: Cyberbullying

When Adults are Engaged in Cyberbullying

Imagine a softball game your kids are playing. They make jokes, goad each other, trash talk a bit, celebrate together, and have fun the way kids do. Now imagine the same game, but you’re playing with your peers. You do the same things—joking, goading, trash-talking, celebrating, having fun—but you do it differently. Adults have a…

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3 Online Safety Myths

Some families insist on putting computers in the living room but make no such rules for phones and tablets. Some families think that their children would never, ever engage in cyberbullying—because they know better. And some people think that online anonymity is absolute. But these are myths, so let’s talk about the real facts. Myth:…

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