Freebie: A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying_cover-300x232I want to with you, especially parents of teens, a free resource made available by Covenant Eyes. Covenant Eyes has put together a helpful ebook for parents about cyberbullying called A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying. 15% percent of teens have faced some form of cyberbullying in the past year. Cyberbullying is simply bullying being done online usually through social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. Cyberbullying is extremely serious because what is said and done online cannot be erased. The effects of cyberbullying are just as permanent.

This is what Covenant Eyes says about this resource on their website: “Cyberbullying, or “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices,” is a serious problem that can have serious repercussions, resulting in depression, a drop in grades, self-harming behaviors, and in some cases, suicide. Whether you’re concerned your child is being bullied online, or whether you simply want to equip yourself for the future, this free guide, A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying, will help you understand what cyberbullying is and what you can do about it.”

I want toe encourage all parents of teens to please download and check this great resource out. All you need to do is click the link below and it will take you to the free download page on Covenant Eyes website.

Click here to download A Parents Guide to Cyberbullying

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Austin McCann

Austin is the student ministries director at Redemption Chapel in Stow, OH. He has a BA from Piedmont International University in Christian Ministries with a student ministries focus. He also has Master of Arts in Religion with a Christian leadership focus from Liberty University School of Divinity. Austin enjoys reading, writing, playing basketball & golf, spending time with his wife, and sharing the Gospel with students and helping them live a Bible centered life.

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