We showed you a dozen posters and signs about anti-bullying, but today we are going to focus on cyber-bullying pictures. As we mentioned, cyber-bullying is when the bullying takes place on the internet, computer, cell phone, or other electronic device. Basically, it just means when somebody is messed with out in the world and not necessarily to their face in person.
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, so by showing people cyber-bullying pictures and sending them to your friends, you can get the word out and help people prevent cyberbullying.
In this picture this is a classic example of someone being harassed over the internet. Mean messages like this are very hurtful and can lead to depression and anxiety among other things.
This one is a great picture because it appeals to facebook users. Spreading the word about stopping bullying on Facebook is a wonderful way to make a difference. Kids and teens need to learn that cyber bullying is not acceptable, not cool, and not tolerated.
This Say No to Cyberbullying picture would also make a great poster or sign. These words are SO true: Be careful! Once it’s said, the web is fed.” Teenagers don’t often realize the consequences of posting derogatory pictures or posting mean comments on the internet. Once it’s out there, there is no getting it back sometimes. It can cause people problems for the rest of their lives. Teens need to think twice before posting anything on the internet and they should think twice before sharing personal information or photos.
This is a cool cyberbullying picture. The fist coming out of the monitor makes it clear that just because it’s coming over the internet and not in person doesn’t mean it’s not just as harmful and dangerous.
This is a good pic to encourage people to report bullying. Many kids and teens are afraid to report it so it continues to happen and escalate.
This last picture is great for a poster or a sign. You could post this outside a school, daycare, or any public place. Help us stop cyberbullies!