What is BULLYING?. N n. What is cyberbullying ?. Examples of cyberbullying ?. Why is cyberbullying so dangerous?. If you are being cyberbullied . Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive in order to defend yourself or retaliate. This can encourage the bullies
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Don’t reply to any nasty messages you receive in order to defend yourself or retaliate.
It ensnares you in a vicious cycle of tit for tat
It can spiral out of control
It may end up upsetting you more.
If you are being bullied on a social network, delete your profile, make it temporarily inactive or stop using it.
Keep a copy of any abusive texts, emails, comments or messages that you get.
Record the date and time they were sent.
there is always a trail.
Keeping records is essential when it comes to reporting the bullying & identifying the guilty party/parties.
No one has the right to bully you or make you feel bad. If you are being bullied, don't put up with it.
Tell someone about it.
A Year Head (Mrs Crummey/MsMcIntyre)
A teacher you get on well with
Your 6th year buddy
The school nurse (Mrs McTernan)
The school chaplain (Fr Larry)
Any member of staff
Never allow yourself to be made a victim.
Accept no one else’s definition of you : Define yourself!
A bystander = a passive bully
If you’re not against the bully, you’re with the bully. You decide.
It could be you next!
Don’t deliver the bully’s message on for them by continuously telling a friend to read what has been said about them on a social networking site.
You’re playing into the bully’s hands.
You’re perpetuating the cycle of bullying.
stress & desperation...
depression & isolation
Your outlook on life & your studies
Your experience of school & sports
Your relationships in and out of school
Your own headspace