Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment: HEY BACK OFF! (New Book)

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After going through my own experiences as an adult being harassed by people online, whether it is cyberstalking, cyberbullying or downright meanness; it can be hard for teens to emotional handle these harsh attacks.  I know it was for me, and I was not only an adult, I was a mother, had a flourishing career and an organization that was helping thousands of families.  All at the same time being virtually attacked by keystrokes.  I was fortunate I was able to fight back and find vindication.  This book can help give teens the power and tips they need to rise above the harassment they may be facing.


By Jennie Withers and Phyllis Hendrickson

Because of the recent alarming increase of tragic suicides among youths, the direct result of repeated harassment and taunting of school children, the United States Department of Education (DOE) released a nationwide appeal to Boards of Education addressing the growing harmful issue in our schools: bullying. Many states have now signed the “Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights” to help ensure the physical and emotional well-being of today’s youth. Approximately 160,000 students in America and more worldwide avoid school each day because of the fear of bullying and 60 to 80 percent of schoolchildren face harassment intimidation.

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