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Most of us, fortunately, do not live our lives in a hypervigilant state, waiting for a crime or emergency event to occur. But some of us will need support. We must bear in mind the shifts we have experienced in this post-COVID world, which is more fraught with physical and digital perils.
Many parents have no idea that cyberbullying is happening to their child, sometimes for many months. These are sensitive and difficult discussions between parents and their children. And even more difficult if you choose to report to authorities. Your child doesn’t have the know-how to capture evidence needed for an effective and diplomatic discussion. Here are some ways to support your child experiencing cyberbullying.
Even before the pandemic, since the introduction of the iPhone, we have been presented with a tidal wave of choices for living in a digital world. You need to keep yourself and your entire family safe with your choices. It is very difficult to understand who an expert is and who can protect your data. The questions of “Is Big Brother watching?” and “Can I trust the Government?” are top of mind for many individuals.