1. Jenn
    09/29/2014 @ 9:48 PM

    I think a lot of parents still don’t realize that it even exists! I certainly didn’t have to contend with it as a kid or even as a teen.

  2. crystal touchton
    09/28/2014 @ 9:46 PM

    Cyberbullying is something a lot of parents don’t think about, but it’s a very real issue. I am constantly talking with my oldest about how he behaves online and also who he associates with online. Communication is key I think.
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  3. Bonnie Gean
    09/26/2014 @ 11:49 PM

    The court room does accept Facebook comments and email as valid evidences of a crime. If a child or adult is a victim of cyberbullying or stalking, keep a record of all incidences so that you can prove the actions are taking place and how often.

    I am not aware if you can get a restraining order against a person for online matters, but the laws change all the time. Inquire with local authorities to see if anything can be done against the person doing the bullying or stalking of another.

    Getting education is the best form of protection in a case like this.
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  4. Jenn
    09/26/2014 @ 12:34 PM

    I faced some bullies growing up too and I feel the same way. I could go home and not deal with them until the next day. I keep my youngest off social media for the most part, but my teen is on and I can’t fully monitor that.

  5. Alexandria Gunn
    09/26/2014 @ 2:13 AM

    I’m really happy that social media wasn’t as big when I was in school. I was bullied horribly in school, but it would stop once I walked home. I knew I was safe in my own home. Social media doesn’t allow that. It’s something I worry about for my daughter, and will certainly be keeping an eye out.
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