Under Pressure: How to Handle Cyber-Bullies by Honor Head


Under Pressure: How to Handle Cyber-Bullies by Honor Head

Modern life can be complicated. As an older child or teenager you will experience lots of different social situations and encounter all kinds of people on the Internet. Whether via social media, chat rooms or other websites, cyber-bullying is a very real issue for many young people. How to Handle Cyber-Bullies is an essential guide, helping you to understand how and why you may be being bullied and what you can do to improve things for yourself. Cyber-bullying is particularly tough to experience because you may never even know who is bullying you and it is often easier for bullies to hide behind their online identity. Perhaps you are being bullied because of your looks, your sexual orientation, your race or religion or because you simply don't fit the mould. This book will help you confront your issues and offers solid advice based on the experiences of real people. Part of a four book series aimed at children aged 10+, Under Pressure is an essential resource for children who are perhaps afraid or unsure of asking for help directly, or simply need some added reassurance or advice.

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Honor Head is a highly experienced author of books for children.

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48 pages


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Publication date

28th August 2014



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