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You could experience cyber bullying via your phone, through social media platforms, when you’re gaming or when playing on your computer.
If you’re a victim of cyber bullying, you may feel harassed, intimidated or even frightened of the person that is hidden behind their screen. Your family and friends may start to see a change in your behaviour or mood and you may even feel withdrawn and alone.
This is why it is so important to seek advice and support should you fall victim to cyberbullying. It can happen to anyone……at any time…..whatever your age!
IT’S IMPORTANT TO SPEAK OUT. SEEK ADVICE AND SUPPORT IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF CYBER BULLYING.
Please speak with a trusted adult so that they are able to support you.
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Find out what services are available to you in your area. Remember your school nurse is always there to give you confidential help and support.
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