Parenting 10 April '17
Psychologists see cyberbullying and negligent parenting as becoming a pandemic and to counter these trends, schools have a bigger role of teaching boys how to behave online.
Family Life 19 March '17
There's a growing concern over cyberbullying. Parents, take note of these pieces of advice on how to handle the situation.
Family Life 8 February '17
Bullying is a serious issue and worse, it can be a life and death matter.
Teens/Young Adults 23 January '17
Monitoring the children's online and phone activities would be easier for parents if they are familiar with the texting codes being used nowadays.
Behavior 8 January '17
It is easy to react when a parent finds out that a child is being bullied online. Most parents will, however, find it difficult to react when his or her own child is guilty of being the bully.
Teens/Young Adults 14 November '16
NordVPN shares tips on how to stay private online to avoid danger and cyberbullying.
Family Life 12 October '16
Keeping children safe online is now possible through CSID’s Social Media Monitoring product.
School 10 October '16
cyberbullying is so much worse than regular bullying is that one rumor can reach the whole school with the touch of a button. When we were kids, it took a while for a rumor to surface. But today it can easily be on the front page of every child’s device in a matter of minutes. It’s almost as if every day kids can write a mean message on the front wall of a school lobby without any repercussions. In addition, kids can take pictures of that wall and save them in their online library which can live forever.
Teens/Young Adults 19 September '16
Paris Jackson finally opened up about her suicide attempt when she was 14. In an emotional video, King of Pop’s daughter described how cyberbullying drove her to take her own life.
Behavior 27 July '16
If you want to know who will be the future drug lords, syndicate lords, and criminals, look at the cyberbullyers. They do not physically kill but they virtually do.
Behavior 29 June '16
Both bullies and victims fall on depression. 1 in 50 to 100 teenagers commit suicide in U.S. alone
Behavior 28 June '16
More teenagers in the U.S. are attempting suicide due to several factors like family problems, substance abuse and bullying. This is why experts are ramping up screening programs to identify those who are at-risk.
Education 7 April '16
Exam tests and cyberbullying are reasons why students are stressed that have led reports of self-harm, eating disorders and attempted suicide.
Teens/Young Adults 5 April '16
The rising trend of teen suicides may be attributed to lack of mental health care in young adolescents.
Health/Nutrition 23 June '15
Approximately a quarter of the total number of teens and adolescents today fall victims to the phenomenon called "cyberbullying."