Being Bullied Online

Though cyberbullying is becoming recognized as a serious problem for virtually anyone with access to the Internet, the impact that it can have on younger children is harder to measure.   And there is still the problem with “traditional” bullying that many children face in schools or other social settings where they can be threatened or intimidated. 

Still, while children can take refuge from traditional bullies by going home or asking for help, what protection is available from cyber-bullies who can strike at any time or place?

To read more, check out my new Psychology Today blog post here. 

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