The Pros And Cons Of Cyber Bullying

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7 percent to 9 percent victims of bullying are more likely to commit suicide. There are many different kinds of bullying, but two that you hear about everyday are cyber bullying and face to face bullying. Though, one might wonder if both are as terrible as the other and just how different they are. Well, the truth is that all bullies just make fun people in different forms because they are different, but isn’t it better to be different than to be just like everybody else. So, Cyber bullying is just as bad or even worse than face to face bullying because both will haunt you for the rest of your life, both cause many people to kill themselves, cyberbullies can attack at anytime and anywhere, and what someone puts online can only be deleted by them, Cyberbullying is just as unacceptable as face to face bullying, because both will haunt you for the rest of your life. Louise Arsenault states “Our findings show that the impact of bullying is still visible 4 decades after people were bullied (The Impact of Bullying can Last a Lifetime 1).” This means that if you are bullied when you are a kid the effects will last till you’re at least 30 years old. Which proves that bullying is not a game and you shouldn’t bully just for kicks. Another example is Mark Dombeck. He was face to face bullied as a kid and says in his autobiography, “I’m 40 years-old now; it’s been something like 30 years since that sort of thing last happened. Still, the experience has not left me (The Long Term Effects
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