Because of the increased media exposure of our children, cyber bullying is more prevalent and powerful than ever before. It can have devastating consequences for the victims. While almost 50% of teens have been victims, only 1 in 10 teens tells their parents and fewer than 1 in 5 incidents are reported to police. It’s why parents need to be vigilant, Please join us to learn more about cyber bullying and what you and your teens can do about it on Tuesday May 2 at Last Chance Ministries and Thursday May 4 at BiblioTech South .
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