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Cyber-bullying Advice What should you do!
Don't reply to messages that are meant to upset you. This is likely to make the bullying worse
Keep the message You don't have to read it, but show it to a grown up you trust who can record it and keep it as evidence
Report problems Don’t put up with it, take control and report it to a teacher, parent etc.
Block the sender Get help to block the sender of upsetting messages
Tell someone you trust Talking to your parents, friends, a teacher, youth leader is usually a good first step.
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