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The average American teenager spends 9 hours online. About 3 hours of the 9 are spent on social media.
With new ways to communicate, they are not always positive interactions. It is easier to belittle someone behind the safety of a screen.
I was talking to a girl on Twitter. I probably wasn't being the nicest... But she never said anything.
We never know if our words will hurt someone. And in a place where we cannot see real time reactions or most of the time, facial expressions, we may never know what people are really feeling.
I learned as a general rule: Don't post anything you wouldn't say in real life and always question how your words will impact others.
Visit cyberbullying.org for more information on how to prevent and deal with Cyberbullying.
If we follow these rules, we will all have a safe and fun time exploring the wide world of the web!
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