Cyberbullying is an umbrella term that may be used to refer to a number of actions. This could mean someone is pretending to be your child or is “catfishing” them by pretending to be someone else in order to gain your child’s trust, often using a false profile or profile picture.
According to the website Bullying Statistics, studies show that half of all adolescents have already or will eventually experience cyberbullying and 1 in 3 youths will receive a personal threat via the internet.
Here is the problem of parenting in the digital age and how you can inform yourselves as parents about the pros and cons of the internet.
In some ways, it seems harmless to let your children use the internet.
Author Bio:- Sylvia Smith is a relationship expert with years of experience in training and helping couples.