Cyberbullying

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  • Someone said something hurtful about a photo I recently taken and posted. I guess I ignore it unless it gets out of hand.
  • To be honest, this is hurting my feelings, I may need to tell someone, but I'll save the comments first.
  • I don't know.
  • Who could be so mean?!
  • Jessica posted a picture of her and her friends on social media. She revisited the site only too see a negative, hurtful comment posted under it. She decided to do the right thing and ignore it.
  • I'm glad I reported those mean comments.
  • The Next day... Jessica posted more pictures, only to have more hurtful comments and feedback from the same user. She decided to save the comments just in case
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  •  After that, it got worse... Jessica didn't want to handle it anymore so she showed it to her mother. When she went to school, she reported it to the guidance counselor as well.
  • If you are being cyberbullied, talk to someone. Tell some authority figures. Trust me, I know the struggle.
  • At school, the guidance counselor investigated and found who the cyberbully was. They were suspended, and Jessica can now post and have peaceful and positive comments.
  • She can now enjoy the comments on her pictures and posts.
  • Now she gives presentations on cyberbullying in her school.
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