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They're playing games online and sending texts on their phones at an early age, and most teens have devices that keep them constantly connected to the Internet.
Severe, long-term, or frequent cyberbullying can leave both victims and bullies at greater risk for anxiety, depression, and other stress-related disorders.
In some rare but highly publicized cases, some kids have turned to suicide.
But staying involved in kids' cyber world, just as in their real world, can help parents protect them from its dangers.
As awareness of cyberbullying has grown, parents have learned more about how to deal with it.
Even sending email or leaving a voicemail can seem old-school to them.
Their knowledge of the digital world can be intimidating to parents.Experts say that kids who are bullied — and the bullies themselves — are at a higher risk for suicidal thoughts, attempts, and completed suicides.The punishment for cyberbullies can include being suspended from school or kicked off of sports teams. This was a fascinating left brain-right brain conversation between a scientist and artist about how they each move through the world, uncovering meaning as they go. Neil de Grasse Tyson before he interviewed Kelly about The Meaning of Life.In some studies, more than half of the teens surveyed said that they've experienced abuse through social and digital media.