Cyber Bullying!

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People say sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me, but that’s not true, names do hurt, nasty comments do hurt, there are something’s then can never be taken back things that are permanently etched onto our minds and cyber bullying is even worse because it allows users to hide behind a mask of anonymity that means they don’t need direct contact to cause unimaginable harm. I like to think of bullying as sandpaper when people hurt you over and over they may scratch and hurt you a bit but in the end you come out polished and they come out useless. I got made fun of a lot online but that’s what built my character that’s what made me who I am today, that’s what makes all of us, all of you who you are, all of these bad moments just give us the opportunity to rise up and show who strong we really are. Charlie Chaplin once said ” my pain may be the reason for somebody’s laugh, but my laugh must never be the reason for somebody’s pain”. So I want all of you to wake up every morning and tell yourself I was born to me cool not perfect, it’s just a coincidence that I’m both, because believe me you are perfect, thank you
Aaron Murphy

5 thoughts on “Cyber Bullying!

  1. As a victim of bullying as a child, way before there was computers and internet, I can say, from personal experience – IT HURTS. Thanks for this post, bringing cyber bullying to the forefront.


  2. One of the things I’ve learned about bullying is that bullies try to re-define their victims. It’s important for us to define ourselves and in doing so, never, ever raise a defense against the bully’s lies and name-calling. That simply gives them more ammunition to use to further demean and misrepresent.

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