Cyber BUllying Speech

Cyber BUllying Speech

´╗┐Have you ever bullied anyone online? Have you ever been bullied online? Have you ever watched someone getting bullied online? I'm sure we can all recollect incidents involving cyber bullying whether we were the perpetrator, the victim, or the bystander. It has the ability to destroy individuals, mentally and physically. According to the Cyber bullying statistics from the Annual Cyber bullying Survey. 7 out of 10 young people have been victims of cyber bullying. The question that comes to my mind when I think of cyber bullying is what does it achieve? Does cyber bullying bring inner pleasure? Does it really increase self-confidence? On the contrary, it is simply a reflection of the bullies lack of self-worth and discontentment. Cyber bullying can be very damaging to adolescents and teens. It can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicide. Also, once things are circulated on the Internet, they may never disappear, resurfacing at later times to renew the pain of cyber bullying.Many cyber bullies think that bullying others online is funny. Cyber bullies may not realise the consequences for themselves of cyber bullying. The things teens post online now may reflect badly on them later when they apply for a job. Cyber bullies and their parents may face legal charges for cyber bullying, and if the cyber bullying was sexual in nature or involved sexting, the results can include being registered as a sex offender. Teens may think that if they use a fake name they won't get caught, but there are many ways to track some one who is cyber bullying.We have watched movies like Mean Girls where people fight for acceptance and popularity from their peers. Photoshopped flyers and 'Burn Books' aren't the most lifelike form of bullying anymore. Young adults avail the internet to voice their opinions regarding everything and anything. The problem with the freedom on the internet is that most young adults misuse what the internet has to offer.(insert statistics about suicide)There...

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