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Words Wound: Delete Cyberbullying and Make Kindness Go Viral

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It's finally here and just in time to add to your holiday gift list for your teens!

"Everyone is looking for an answer to the bullying and cyberbullying problem. We know where it can be found: in teens themselves. We’ve met so many who are coming up with creative ideas, and running with them. They are spearheading movements and making a real, measurable difference. And here are some of their stories. Join them, and join us. Words wound, but words can also heal and help. We know it, and you know it - and so let's stop standing on the sidelines. Let's get in there and do something about it." - Drs. Justin Patchin and Sameer Hinduja

The founders of The Cyberbullying Research Center, Drs. Sameer Hinduja and Sameer Patchin launched their fourth book, Words Wound: Delete Cyberbullying and Make Kindness Go Viral, directly written for teens to help empower them to understand and protect them against cyberbullying.

Let's face it, cyberbullying is killing our youth - literally.

Especially as the holidays are here, this book should be a must purchase with any tech gadget they are receiving or already have. Inspiring them to create kindness with every keystroke is an added bonus.

According to recent studies, 95% of teens have access to the Internet, this means many of them are at high-risk of experiencing bullying in some form. Being cyber-armed and cyber-prepared can help your child, if or when, a difficult situation arises.

Whether teens are being cyberbullied or simply sick of seeing the drama play out online every single day, Words Wound offers real-world advice that they can put into practice today. The book includes dozens of stories from teens who have experienced cyberbullying or who have worked in their respective schools to stop it in creative and meaningful ways.

Readers are able to learn directly from those who have been wounded by cyberbullying, but also from many who refused to put up with it at their schools. Teens will come to deeply understand the serious harm that comes with cyberbullying, but more importantly learn the strategies they need to be part of the solution.

Specifically, it encourages and empowers them to combat cruelty with kindness, and to harness the power of positive peer pressure to persuade all teens to act with respect toward others.

Cyber-arm your kids with the Words Wound book today!

Order on Amazon today!

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