How do you deal with cyber bullies?
THERES JUST THIS GUY ON GARRYS MOD A GAME IM PLAYING AND HES LIKE SCRUB OH YOUR SUCH A SCRUB AND TURNED EVERYONE AGAINST ME AND HE IS SUCH A JERK I DONT THINK IM ALOWED TO YOUSE CUSS WORDS ON THIS SITE BUT IF I WAS THEN EVERYONE WILL BE ON HERE BECAUSE HE IS JUST- I CANT STAND HIM MY GOD HELP ME. HES LIKE - hes just such... such.
A screen shot I took read it.... Im just..
hes like 13 and im like his age too but like hes just doing things to make me pissed like talking over me with my mic saying like HAHAHA SCRUB SCRUB HAHHAHAHAH
- Anonymous5 years agoFavorite Answer
"Cyber bullying" is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones. It's incredibly distressing and hurtful, not to mention hard to deal with. For help on dealing with cyber bullying,
Save every message. Cyber bullying is somewhat easier for a bully to perform, since they don't have to do anything when the victim is right there in front of them. But you're smarter than that. You may just want to click "delete" on every hateful email, text, or IM. However, this is not the right way to go. Because there may come a time, when this bully needs to be reported- and you'll need all the evidence right there in front of you. Save and print each and every mean thing they send. Bookmark or "favorite" the webpages they insult you on. The day will come when you'll need this untenable evidence to accuse them and stop them.
Never participate. If you receive a "bully" message, never get more involved than you need to. Replying to that hurtful comment will only worsen the problem- what you say on the internet, STAYS there, no matter what you do; and anger, sadness, or any other emotion that can cause you to do this you'll regret. Keep yourself cool. :) It's okay to be upset, but responding to the bully just as they responded to you will fix nothing other than add more fuel to the fire.
Identify the person doing it. Emails, screen names and images of themselves can be deceiving, and can temporarily disguise a bully. However, there are ways of figuring out the guilty party. First, write down the email or screen name you've received this from. Check your inbox- have you ever received ANYTHING from this person before? This may clue you in. If not, simply go to the email provider (after the @ part of the email) website, and search the screen name you have. If the profile is not blocked, you should be able to view this person's name. When all else fails, get others involved. Let your parents or teachers know about the situation. Most likely, they can track the IP address, and get the exact location of the attacker.
Approach them in person. A cyber bully is nothing when not behind their internet mask. Talking to them about it upfront might even scare them away. If this person seems to not be intimidated, or issues more violent or humiliating threats, contact an adult to intervene.
If the case is severe, press charges. Bullying of any kind is illegal in most states. After letting a parent into the situation, allow them to contact the bully's parents (if the school has not already done this). If you've suffered severely from this, or experienced humiliation or violent threats/acts, this girl/boy can be suspended, expelled, or even arrested, depending on how severe they have acted towards you.
- 4 years ago
1.get off website
OMFG NO MORE CYBER BULLYING 😃
- Alan HLv 75 years ago
Real friends will not turn away from you whatever he says. But, report the bullying