Effects of Cyberbullying

Effects of Cyberbullying

In a study by William Copeland, Dieter Wolke, Adrian Angold, and E. Jane Costell, the outcome of bullying and being bullied were compared. All of the people involved have a higher chance of facing problems such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. Many people don’t take into consideration the harm it can cause those who bully others. Although they are not supporting or victimizing those who are bullying, the fact that bulliers can experience the negative effects as well is just another reason why it should be stopped. The consequences can last for years and the end of cyberbullying will not just benefit teens who have been bullied, but also those who bully others.

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