A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbulling

by Larry Richman on May 6, 2013

cyberbulling15% of teens have faced online harassment in the last year.

Cyberbullying, or “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices,” is a serious problem that can have serious repercussions, resulting in depression, a drop in grades, self-harming behaviors, and in some cases, suicide.

Whether you’re concerned your child is being bullied online, or whether you simply want to equip yourself for the future, download this free guide, A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbulling.

It is provided free from Covenant Eyes, a Christian-based program that combines filtering with a system of accountability to help your family stay clear of pornography.

Learn more about how the Covenant Eyes program works.

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