Study: Teens Who View Parents as Loving and Supportive Less Likely to Be Cyberbullies


From the Daily Mail (UK): Teenagers who see their mum and dad as loving caregivers are less likely to be cyberbullies than children with a dysfunctional family dynamic.

A survey quizzed more than 12,000 US youngsters aged 11 to 15 about their familial relationships and experiences with bullying.

It revealed that youths who have parents who are “almost always” loving are six times less likely to engage in high levels of online abuse than those who say their parents are “almost never” loving towards them.

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