26 Feb Cyberbullying book you must read
This Cyberbullying book is a must for parents and teens!
As you know, bullying has always been a huge issue. It has always been a problem for parents, teachers, and students.
According to Tulane University’s 2018 Guide to Cyberbullying Awareness, one in three students are cyberbullied through the school year, but only fifteen percent admit to being victims. Females are twice as likely to be bullied. Cyberbullying victims are also two to nine times more likely to commit suicide.
Bullying is definitely a serious thing. It can have extreme consequences, such as mental health disorders and suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Cyberbullying can put lives at risk.
This problem destroy the lives of many people.
Some perpetrators get kicked out of school. Some victims lose their lives to suicide, while some end up with severe mental issues that render them unable to fully function in life. While some end up unable get good jobs, and some end up in prison go to jail.
They never get the chance to enjoy a bright future, and the family members and friends of the perpetrators and victims whose lives will never be complete because they lost a person that they loved dearly.
This book tackles the sensitive and serious issue of cyberbullying in depth.
By reading this book, you will gain more insight on what cyberbullying is, what its common causes and signs are, and how it can affect children and teenagers.
It will also give you an idea on what you can do, as a parent or guardian, to deal with the situation and prevent it from getting worse.
It will give you pointers on how to approach the situation in a way that will not humiliate your children in front of their peers or make the situation worse for them.
In addition, it will give you tips on how to work hand in hand with the school’s administrators, lawmakers, and other people who can help stop cyberbullying.
It will help you save your children from further trouble, as well as help educate other parents and their children, teachers, school authorities, and concerned citizens with regard to cyberbullying.
It will also educate you regarding proper crisis intervention and crisis management for affected families.
Keep in mind that you need to ensure that your children feel safe and secure. You must offer unconditional support, as well as show through your words and actions that you want the same end goal, which is for cyberbullying to stop.
You need to be proactive with communication.
Educate yourself about the signs of cyberbullying. Establish an open line of communication with your children. Put yourself in their shoes and learn to see things from their perspective.
Through this book, you will gain a better understanding of how social media and the Internet play a huge role in today’s generation.
Furthermore, you have to know what actions to take in cases of cybercrime. Not all bullies are children. When adults are involved in the process, it can be classified as cybercrime.
A section of this book is dedicated to cybercrime. It tells you what you have to do to protect your children against online predators, stalkers, and criminals. Throughout the book, you will learn about the risks that involve e-mails and cameras, which are often used by cybercriminals to harass their targets.
You will also learn how to protect your children’s as well as your own reputation online by getting defamatory content off the Internet.