Cyberbullying

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Cyberbullying by Mind Map: Cyberbullying

1. Risks

1.1. Unable to get along with others

1.2. Overweight or underweight

1.3. New students

1.4. Lower income families

1.5. Perceived as weak

1.6. Depressed, anxious or low self-esteem

1.7. Anti-social or unpopular

2. Definition

2.1. Bullying that takes place using electronic technology like devices and equipment including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.

3. How to ask for help

3.1. Don’t respond to and don’t forward cyberbullying messages.

3.2. Keep evidence of cyberbullying.

3.3. Block the person who is cyberbullying.

4. Strategies to be safe

4.1. Ignore or block the communications.

4.2. Tighten up security and preference settings to limit access to trusted sources.

4.3. File a complaint with the website, Internet service provider, or cell phone company.

4.4. nlist help from the school psychologist, school counselor, principal, or school resource officer.

4.5. Contact the police if the cyberbullying includes threats of harm.

5. Psychological impact on victims

5.1. Use alcohol and drugs

5.2. Skip school

5.3. Experience in-person bullying

5.4. Be unwilling to attend school

5.5. Receive poor grades

5.6. Have lower self-esteem

5.7. Have more health problems