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Cyberbullying has been a problem for a very long time in different countries. Due
to the development of our technology today, it has become one of the most difficult
issues to resolve in our society. Based on stopbullying.gov, cyberbullying is defined as
bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. It
can occur through different methods of messaging, social media interactions, forums, or
gaming where people can view, participate in, or share content. Then based on
dosomething.org nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online.

As students, our responsibility is to avoid or prevent cyberbullying which can cause

emotional anxiety that further develops to bigger problems that affects studying and
socializing. Since cyber-bullying issues are more likely to happen at schools, social media,
and mobile phones. Teachers, principals, and parents are responsible to monitor,
prevent, and punish cyber-bullying. The expectations of most parents of the school, is
protection. Meanwhile, many staffs feel unprepared and unwilling to be prosecutors and
judges regarding such issues. They being cautious not to get involved for something that
might seem right to them but not to others, especially to parents who are responsible for
the child's well being.

Just a simple advice for those who currently experience being cyberbullied, speak
up as soon as possible and report your concerns to either your parents, guardian,
teachers or principal for an immediate action. More importantly, try to block negative
thoughts as much as possible and surround yourself with people who genuinely cares for
you. What others say don't really matter as long as you know your self-worth. Always
remember you know yourself better than anyone else and no one except you can
dictate what you are capable of.