The Social Effects Of Cyberbullying: The Consequences Of Bullying

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The sheer antipathy and animosity I have towards bullying is why I think it should be eradicated. Bullying is simply not right and needs to be stopped. Suicide, this is a precarious topic, is it not? But guess what it happens, it is a fact of life. Did you know 30% of young people have gone on to self-harm as a result of bullying? Did you know 1 in 65,000 children aged 10 to 14 commit suicide each year? This is not due to family problems, depression, abuse, but due to bullying.
There are various types of bullying; physical bullying which includes hitting, kicking, tripping, pinching, pushing and injurious behaviour. These are done deliberately, repeatedly to someone. There is a certain type of bullying which is becoming more of a social problem; cyber bullying.
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One of the most common forms of internet abuse, as many inhuman people hide behind a computer saying obnoxious, unpleasant and vile things to someone as they cannot say it in real life.
Are you aware that over 55% of adolescents and teenagers have been bullied? About the same number have been engaged in cyber bullying. Are you also aware, that more than one third of young people have been threatened online? Whether it is an empty threat or a violent threat, it 's still a threat. Cyber bullying leads to people to suffer low self-esteem and a damaged view of the path they wish to seek for themselves. Furthermore 83% of young people say bullying has had a negative impact on their self-esteem? Everyone knows it’s abhorrent, but still we watch it passing in front of our eyes and do nothing about

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