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Why cyberbullying can cause longer mental health effects with Dr. Michael Nuccitelli

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Did you experience bullying as a kid when the internet wasn’t around? Have you considered how the internet is now used for bullying kids in an even mo...

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Did you experience bullying as a kid when the internet wasn’t around? Have you considered how the internet is now used for bullying kids in an even more dangerous way?

We dove into these topics in this week’s episode of the Weekend Wellness Hour Show with Dr. Michael Nuccitelli, a NYS licensed psychologist, Cyberpsychology researcher and online safety educator. Dr. Nuccitelli has been studying cyberbullying and the effects of this on the mental health of children and teenagers.

We first explored classic bullying and the impact on mental health. Dr. Nuccitelli then explained how cyberbullying is even more harmful to children due to the inability of kids to escape the bullying since the internet lives in our homes and out in society 24/7/365.

Another aspect of cyberbullying is the fact that the harmful words or images live on forever. The torment that happened for someone as a child can still haunt them later as an adult because it can always exist online.

We discussed why cyberbullying occurs and how it all comes down to peer acceptance. Dr. Nuccitelli also discussed some of the tactics kids and teenagers use to target others.

Of the 42 ways minors bully other minors, he mentioned that exclusion and sextortion are the two biggest tactics used nowadays. He gave examples of how minors implement this to torment others for acceptance from others.

We went through some solutions for stopping cyberbullying including educating children at a young age. He encouraged everyone to discuss keeping personal information private and even urges parents to encourage more children to become upstanders, those who try to stop cyberbullying by notifying adults of this occurring.

More is needed to address this as Dr. Nuccitelli pointed out the cyberbullycide is becoming more prevalent. This includes depression and suicide.

Please join us to learn how to address cyberbullying and keep your kids and minors safe mentally and emotionally.

Please feel free to reach out to Dr. Michael Nuccitelli at https://www.ipredator.co/.

-Dr. Amy Novotny

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Dr. Amy Novotny founded the PABR® Institute with the mission to provide pain, stress and anxiety relief to those who seek a naturalistic form of treatment when other treatment methods have fallen short. Her unique approach comes from her experience treating in a variety of settings and with a wide range of patient populations over the past 13 years. Her background in orthopedics, sports, geriatrics, balance disorders, nerve injuries, and most recently, chronic pain; and influences from coursework at the Postural Restoration Institute gave her the foundation to develop this treatment method to address a wide variety of painful and restrictive conditions. She customizes all treatment plans to the individual to help them achieve their goals, whether it is to pick up a child, get through a work day pain free or play a sport. She co-authored two #1 Best-Selling books Don’t Quit: Stories of Persistence, Courage and Faith and Success Habits of Super Achievers, which share her journey on how and why she developed the PABR® Method. Her ability to speak French and Spanish has allowed her to communicate with and help various clients from all around the world, including France, Mexico, Central America and South America. She has a variety of interests including running 40+ marathons, running 10 ultra marathons (including two 100 milers), completing an Ironman triathlon, photographing wildlife and landscapes all over the world that has led to several of her images being chosen as Photos of the Day, most notably National Geographic Your Shot World Top Photo of the Day. Visit her photography portfolio at www.amysimpressions.com!
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