Posted on 4/10/2016 4:01 PM By Keith Savino
It is unfortunate, but many parents will find themselves in this situation sometime in their child’s lives. Your tear-filled daughter will approach you one evening, usually clutching her smart phone or laptop. She will tremble as she shows you the horrifically mean, totally out of bounds, unbelievably nasty posts about her that are sailing across social media.
Maybe someone created a Facebook group to bash her. Maybe they posted a video telling her to harm herself. Maybe a “not so flattering” photo of her was making the rounds between the student body of her school. Cyber-Bulling can take many forms.
As a parent you are responsible to protect your child, but cyber-bullying is an entirely new frontier. There is no end to what “Cyber-Bullying” can do to a child’s reputation, their self-image and worth. And removing the damaging information is difficult … it takes on a life of it’s own, it grows and permeates all aspects of your life, 24 x7&rd ...