That said, I thought I would take some time here to give the adults who have been victimized out there some general advice.First, it is important to keep all evidence of the bullying: messages, posts, comments, etc.If there are ways you can determine who exactly is making the comments, also document that.Second, contact the service or content provider through which the bullying is occurring.The counsellors will help you understand your problem and provide support.They will help you find new ways of coping and understand your own personal strengths and values.If you are depressed don't bottle it up - it is important you talk to someone - family, friend, teacher, youth leader, GP, organisation, helpline etc.- anyone you feel you can trust If you don't share how you are feeling you may find yourself using unhealthy coping strategies which will in the long run only add to your problems and make you feel worse - some people may start drinking alcohol more, may take drugs, may start self harming and cutting themselves, may stop eating or binge eating and making themselves sick.
People can get a variety of symptoms when they feel very depressed.We get a lot of emails, phone calls, and comments on this blog from adults who are being bullied though technology. We know that cyberbullying negatively affects adults too.They stress to us that cyberbullying is not just an adolescent problem. It’s just that we spend the majority of our efforts studying how this problem impacts school-aged youth due to their tenuous developmental stage.We can also refer you to other services or programs.The Crisis Lines are open to anyone who needs help, about any issue.I told him I felt bad that he was looking at these women-but I felt even worse because I was the one who looked it up in his documents on his computer-I felt I invaded his privacy-I didn’t want to be one of those crazy girlfriends/fiancés.He felt bad and said he’d delete everything, I told him no, I know guys do that kind of stuff, and I didn’t want him to because I invaded his privacy.When depression is very severe some people can feel that life isn't worth living, they want to die.When depression doesn't go away it is important to ask for help.I’ve been with my fiancé for a little over 2.5 years now. We’ve lived an hour apart for our entire relationship except for the past month or so, I’m in the middle of moving in.We’d still see each other every weekend, sometimes more.