Five Enlightening Articles on The Negative Impacts of Cyberbullying

Effects of cyber bullying

Family Lives

Cyberbullying affects people of all ages, including children, teens, and adults. Most children are often forced to ignore cyberbullying in fear of being judged by those around them. Cyberbullying has been well reported to have resulted in traumatic incidents like suicide and self-harm. Therefore, more needs to be done to protect vulnerable children and adults from cyberbullies. If you're worried and concerned that your child or a friend might be a victim of online bullying, here are some signs to…



Kids Health

Cyberbullying is when a person uses digital devices to harass, threaten, and embarrass another person online. According to research, about one in six admit to having cyberbullied someone, and about one in four young adults have been a victim of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying can leave victims and bullies at greater risk for anxiety, depression, and other stress-related disorders. As long as kids have a phone or any other device with access to the internet, they are at risk. Find out more…


The Real-Life Effects of Cyberbullying on Children

Very Well Family

Cyberbullying causes significant emotional and psychological distress. Victims of cyberbullying are likely to get stress-related problems, depression, anxiety, and other mental conditions. For many in this situation, life can feel meaningless and hopeless; and thoughts of suicide can often set in. If you notice a behavioral change in your child or a friend, don't hesitate to help them. In the article below, author Sherri Gordon gives a clear, detailed explanation of cyberbullying's negative impacts.



American SPCC

There are many reasons people cyberbully others; most often, they do it to feel more powerful and gain more popularity; cyberbullies normally have difficulty feeling empathy for others. Since cyberbullying is common among teenagers, they must be monitored by a parental unit while online. Cyberbullying is not just another phase of life; it is dangerous, and it can have lasting physical, mental, and emotional effects on its victims and bullies. Gain insight into the negative impacts of cyberbullying by reading…


Digital Threats: The Impact of Cyberbullying

TOURO University Worldwide

According to research, the effects of cyberbullying are worse than traditional bullying. It is an unwarranted aggressive behavior that is growing in popularity among young adults and children. The lack of face-to-face interaction makes it easier for children and adults to cross the line from joking to bullying. According to the Cyberbullies Research Center, nearly 20 percent of victims report having suicidal thoughts, and several high-profile suicides have been blamed on cyberbullies. Find out more about Cyberbullying and the negative…