Up to %35 of young people are victims of electronic aggression. Electronic aggression can be found lurking in games, emails, instant messages, all social media, and any other source that utilizes the internet. The percentage of youth that are harassed and bullied can be lowered with proper rules installed by parents. If your child is a victim of electronic aggression, they’re more likely to come forward when they understand that their privileges won’t be revoked and that they’re not at fault nor do they have to fear consequences. Understanding how to prevent electronic aggression from occurring in the future takes thorough communication and willingness to explore the digital world as a team. See more tips at: https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/ea-tipsheet-a.pdf
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