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What is the likelihood my child will tell me about cyberbullying?

Michele Borba
Psychology
Do not expect your child will come and tell you about cyberbullying. Research says that chances are that your child will not tell, which is why you need to tune in closer and get educated.

Studies show that as our kids get old, the likelihood they will come to us and “tell” declines even more. A top reason kids say they aren’t telling adults: “The adult didn’t listen or believe the report when I did tell!” Sigh!
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