The definition of bullying is when a person or a group of people repeatedly do something on purpose to make someone else feel hurt, sad, excluded, scared or embarrassed where there is an imbalance of power. Guess what? I have bullied and been bullied. You probably have experienced both as well. All of my kids […]
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I sometimes think about my grandchildren. I am sure my daughter would tell me if she thought one of them is being bullied, or being the bully.
I bought each of them a Fire 7 tablet. My daughter gave me her approval, always needed. Before she approved she asked if it can use the “Whats app” on it. I checked it out and it cannot be installed. She also wanted to know if it can be locked so that they cannot access it or log on without her permission. She also set each one that she would receive a notice if they installed a game, book, etc.,
She limits their screen time. She has taught them how to have and hold a conversation.
I wonder how many parents keep eyes on their children’s activities online?
That’s a great concern to have. Sadly, it seems that not many parents monitor their children on the internet. Otherwise, cyberbullying wouldn’t be so widespread.