Don’t confuse peoples’ posts on social media as being a true and complete reflection of that person’s life. In reality it is probably them portraying themselves at their very very best.
by self-help expert Dr Pam Spurr.
Your life online can be fun and adventurous. A place to hang out with friends, make new ones, discover new things, find out about your fave bands or stuff to do.
But it’s a sad fact that not everyone online has good intentions. You might’ve seen others being bullied, stalked and/or harassed online. Until it’s happened to you it’s hard to understand how devastating it can be.
And if it does happen to you, it’s important to know how to get help.