Yesterday was the official Stop Cyberbullying Day. The idea was created by Andy Carvin of The Digital Divide.
Frequent readers will know that I’ve spoken out against cyberbullying in many posts here. It simply defies understanding how people — adults and kids alike — can be so cruel to others. We get angry, sure — that’s normal. But to actually go to great lengths to make sure your anger is known and FELT is senseless and cowardly.
Below is a podcast provided by Symantec. It’s an interview with Marian Merritt, their resident expert on things like cyberbullying. It will provide you (perhaps remind you?) tips on how to detect the tell-tale signs of your child being a victim, and encourages you to get involved.