I’m Uninhibited, Cyberbullying.

Take it from the actions of one preying on objects one wants to rot and conditions one wants to eat itself. Once a dog bites a man, news is not. But if a man bites a dog, news crumbles like hell. Now, have you asked yourself on yourself a question about the effect of your being a social medium? Or, maybe just a social media bully? Or by so saying, murderer?

Cyberbullying might not be an institutional concern but sooner than tomorrow, it might be afar from being a contractual issue. There’s this girl, who, at the age of 16, was caught to attempting suicide. After it has rested her case, her parents discovered, in no weeks, that she has been bullied on the web. It must have been that she’s been targeted on a social network, or carried under a test of interactive or digital technology.

Never have I asked myself if I had done such non-figurative misdeed. But, I don’t know. Maybe I did. I’ve done it prior to my being passively unaware. And I’m sorry to those I’ve done that with. Point here is, it’s bully. Bullying is fun, at first. But, bullying causes much stress. Much stress causes pimples. Too many pimples cause skin problem. Hard skin problem causes timidity. Much timidity causes early judgment. Heavy judgment causes disappointments. Disappointments cause bullying. Oh, wrong. Yes, right, it’s a cycle, a cyclic whatever that will keep itself recurring if not addressed properly.

Okay, I’m bored again. I’ll stop now. Please read the Anti-Bullying Act of 2012.

And oh, by the way, the girl died.

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