July 27, 2015
During my trainings, I discuss cyberbullying and try to have the audience think outside of text messages or Facebook posts. I discuss meme bullying, fake chat logs and apps used to send anonymous texts to others. I found this article related to a different kind of cyberbulling that can occur primarily on Twitter. It’s referred to as subtweeting. I like this article because it gives you an understandable definition of subtweeting and suggestions for how what to do if this occurs to your child and and tips to help educate youth not to engage in subtweeting.