Imagine your teenager is being bullied at school; for something they did or said. Maybe they didn’t do anything at all, but the bully decides to wrongfully pick on your child because of what they look like, their nationality or how they act.
The school bell rings, “Thank God!” The bullying ends. Or does it?
Your child goes home, a place of safety, to then log onto their social media accounts, and comes across inappropriate and destructive comments, memes, rumours or images from the same person or a group of fellow students against your child.
The bullying continues. The nightmare continues.