What You Can Do If You Are Being Bullied

- 15 November 2022 10:10 WIB
Illustration. A child being bullied. (Pixabay)
Illustration. A child being bullied. (Pixabay)


JAKARTADAILY.ID – What is cyberbullying? cyberbullying is bullying using digital technology.

This can happen on social media, chat platforms, gaming platforms, and mobile phones. cyberbullying is repetitive behavior intended to scare, anger, or embarrass those who are being targeted.

Examples include:

-Spreading lies about someone or posting embarrassing photos about someone on social media

-Send hurtful messages or threats via chat platforms, write hurtful words in the comments on social media, or post something embarrassing/hurtful

- Impersonating or impersonating someone (e.g. with a fake account or logging in through someone's account) and sending malicious messages to others on their behalf.

-Direct or face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying can often occur together. But cyberbullying leaves a digital footprint – a record or record that can be useful and provide evidence when helping to stop this misbehavior.

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Am I being bullied online?

How do we tell the difference between jokes and bullying? All friends love to joke with each other, but sometimes it's hard to tell if someone is just having fun or trying to hurt you, especially when on the internet.

Sometimes they'll laugh it off by saying "just kidding," or "don't take it seriously."

But if you're feeling hurt or think they're 'laughing at you' instead of 'laughing with you', then the joke or joke may have gone too far.

Also Read: How to Identify Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Tips on How to Speak to Your Child About Bullying

If it continues even after you've asked the person to stop and you're still upset about it, then this could be bullying.


Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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