How to avoid being a victim of online bullying
Online bullying can be a powerful form of revenge, and for some, it can be even more so.
But if you have a family member or loved one who is a victim, it’s a very real risk.
ABC News has compiled this guide to help you navigate online abuse.
You’re not alone If you or someone you know is the target of online abuse, there are things you can do to protect yourself.
If you’ve been a victim in the past, call a hotline or speak up about the bullying.
If you’re a family friend or relative of someone who’s been targeted, call 911.
If someone has been physically attacked, call the police.
If your loved one has been the target, you can take the case to the police if you’re worried for their safety.
The first step is to know what to look for.
This is because, for most people, online bullying is a pretty simple thing to spot.
If it’s the kind of behavior that triggers a real reaction on the part of the bully, the best thing to do is to look in the right place.
This includes things like posting a negative comment about someone online, saying things like “That is a great story but you will never make it” or “No, I have to finish this homework.
If you find a message about your loved ones that is not consistent with what they have said online, you might be the target too.
And for people who are bullied online, it might be helpful to have a conversation with them.
It’s not always the bullies who are at fault, though.
It’s often the people who make them feel like it is.
In this case, the person who is the most vocal is often the one who has hurt the most.
The other people who have hurt you are usually the people they are most likely to be angry with.
So, you need to be aware of how you can help your loved or relative be heard.
The best thing you can be doing is to listen.
You don’t need to give up.
But there are a few things you need do to keep your loved and relative safe.