Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Cyberspace Bullies: "The schoolyard bully — not always the big kid with a bad home life who extorts lunch money — has slowly broadened his turf, reaching into your teen’s computer and cell phone. In addition to depression, stomach aches and failing grades, bullies lurking in virtual shadows of cyberspace at home and school are responsible for beatings, murders and suicides. And some experts say there’s little that can be done to stop them."
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