Cyber Bullying: What It Is And How To Prevent It?
Victims of cyber bullying go through manytough and complicated times, which they feel lonely and helpless. In the article “Cyber-bullying: What It Is and How to Prevent It,” by Laura J. Hummell, who is a middle school technology education teacher, says that “Unfortunately, many young children and teenagers, who experience this same misery at school and at home, do not know how to deal with cyber-bullies or their barrage of threats and slurs” (1). This information provided by Hummell proves that a victim may be affected psychologically and mentally, to the point of being speechless and indecisive on what actions to take while being bullied. Victims often have to deal with the after math of bullying, as well. This includes psychological complications of regaining confidence and self-esteem. Cyber bullies rarely comprehend the feelings of the victim through this procedure because of the fact of the effect of the over powering blindness that takes over them. The psychological mind of one’s self makes it an easier target for a bully to attack. Ultimately, after the bully has attacked, they have created a catalyst of a mind-differentiating situation. Unfortunately, after this reaction has started, it is harder for the victims to be cured back to their original psychological state of mind. With all the hardships that a victims gets put through psychologically, their mindset is broken into four different