Text Bullying - Textual Harassment - A Real Problem for Child and Teen Victims

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State legislatures are in the process of pushing legislation to encourage, rather than require, schools to teach and inform its students on the topic of textual harassment. Abusive texts can come in the form of text messaging, e-mails and messages sent over social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. If you are getting unwanted text messages you should inform someone close to you about the abuse. Making the matter somewhat public can aid in stopping the abuse.

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