October is National Bullying Awareness Month and while the bullying that happens to kids today is mostly referred to as cyberbullying, it’s still bullying.
As someone who faced the full force of the internet last week, I can tell you that adults can say terrible awful, horrible, no good, very bad things.
Keyboard courage is not a good thing. I can’t imagine how nasty hormone raged kids get when they type before they think.
While I have argued in the past that Facebook is just fine for kids under 13, parents need to pay attention to what’s happening on the site. After the jump, how to keep your kids safe from bullying when they’re online.
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