Kids with a history of face-to-face bullying could start to cyberbully too. If your child has a history of real life bullying, you're right to be concerned.
If you notice any of these behaviors, talk to your child about what you see. If necessary, enlist the help of others, including teachers, family members, clergy or therapists to get to the root of the problem. If you find out your child has been bullying others online, come up with a plan to address the damages, including apologizing to those who have been hurt and limiting the use of digital devices.
Find age-specific guidelines, videos, and articles to help with tough conversations at Common Sense Media's cyberbullying content hub.
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