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How can I help make others aware of cyberbullying?

Michele Borba
Psychology
Talk to other parents, teachers, babysitters, counselors and child workers about the signs of cyberbullying. Print out the warnings and give them to coaches, scout leaders, Boys and Girls club leaders, doctors, school officials and to teens and tweens. Send a list to the newspaper to print. Ask your child’s school to post a list on their website. Get active! Get your community involved.
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