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Cyberbullying is the worst. Roseanna shares her cyberbullying story, and reflects that she wished she had spoken to someone earlier; as the more people she talked to, the easier it became.

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What Roseanna learned

  • When Roseanna was 13, she got cyberbullied by a friend from school. 
  • It felt like everyone thought the same thing.
  • She had to calculate a physical distance to be away from her at school.
  • She ended up leaving that friendship group.
  • She kept everything bottled up inside, and wished she reached out to someone earlier.
  • The more she talked to people about it, the easier it became.

What can I do now?

  • Our number 1 tip is to talk to someone about what you're going through. Rahart Adams breaks down the 5 key steps for you here.
  • Check out the 5 steps you can take to help you deal with a cyberbullying situation. 
  • Cyberbullying doesn't happen on every website. Check out the ReachOut Forums to hear stories from other young people or share your own experience.