Cyber Bullying Website Helps Curb Cyber Bullying Incidents and Address Problem is an online resource center to help people understand and deal with the issue of cyber bullying.


New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/19/2012 -- To say that the Internet has paved the way for advanced communications is an understatement. With social networking as a vehicle, praising, criticizing and ranting can be directed to just about anyone online, with a few mouse clicks. While meant to be generally helpful, talking or commenting through the Internet has become the subject of debate, especially as it relates to cyber bullying.

Although a relatively new term, cyber bullying is on a rapid rise in social networking sites across the Internet, suffered by approximately 1 out of 3 children in the United States. In many occasions, cyber bullying has become a news headline, with worst case scenarios leading to deaths and suicides.

Cyber Bulling No More is a brand new, digital download guide that takes readers through the three-step strategy that helps stop cyber bullying. Detailed at, the book offers insights to protecting oneself and family members from such incidents.

Paul Johnson, author of Cyber Bullying No More, says about his publication: "Bullying isn't like it used to be; today, it has no real boundaries. If your children are connected to a phone or the Internet, they are at risk of being bullied. If you want your family, particularly your kids to navigate successfully through the Cyber Bullying minefield, you're going to need help." intends to inform parents about the prevalence of cyber bullying with the end goal of equipping them with the right knowledge to protect their family. In particular, it lays out the types of cyber bullying frequently used by online bullies, so that these can be spotted and eliminated.

As parents should know how likely it is their child is being bullied, also presents data on the staggering growth of cyber bullying over the last few years, as well as the genders, races and ages that are at most risk for it. "Cyberbullicide," which essentially points to suicides resulting from cyber bullying, is also revealed on the book.

To know more about the Cyber Bullying No More guide, please visit for information.