Why do you bully online? A Rise in Doxing

Anonymity on the Internet is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it gives you the freedom to become whoever you want to be. On the other hand, it might encourage you to take out your frustrations on other people. If you’re wondering why you bully online and want to stop, this blog is for you.

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Understanding who you are as a victim of abuse | In the Interim

An open letter to anonymous victims of abuse,

You don’t want to be a victim. You do not want to be seen as weak, scared and in many instances, doubted.

When dealing with abuse, the first assumption and what is often platformed, is to run straight away to report it. But you will likely find yourself here, reading this – in the interim. And this interim can be days, month or years.

In light of recent discussions in the news, we believe that it is vital that if you are a victim of abuse, that you have the information you need in order to understand what has happened and the freedom to decide your next steps. It’s your experience and your story, it is yours to do with as you wish.

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What is bullying and are you ready to admit that you bully?

Bullying can occur throughout our lives. While we often associate it with our childhood, adults are not immune. Everywhere we interact with others—at work, in relationships, with family—there is the opportunity for bullying to happen. 

It can be challenging to admit to ourselves when we are the ones doing the bullying. None of us wants to think of ourselves as ‘bad people’ but there are many behaviours that constitute as bullying. Identifying that your actions towards others are negatively impacting them will help you find ways to change. 

No matter what stage of your life you’re in, understanding why you bully and how to stop is an important part of leading a happy and fulfilled life.

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