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What does a bystander mean?

A bystander is a person who is aware, witnesses or suspects that someone is being abused offline or online.

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Testimony on Jealousy

“I was in a relationship where every move I did was controlled.” Read this testimonial on jealousy!

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Definitions on cyber violence

Cyber violence is an online behavior that assaults the well-being of a person or group, causing physical, sexual, psychological harm to them.

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Pretend that nothing happened…

Violent relationships don’t become violent from one day to another and neither do they stay violent 24/7. Violence doesn’t start suddenly.

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Jealousy

Jealousy comes from a feeling of inferiority and the tendency to compare yourself to others and not feeling good enough.

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Forms of Violence

When we hear the word violence we often think about physical violence. But there is much more to that.

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CYBER VIOLENCE – Do you really wanna hurt me

It is important to realize that consequences of cyber violence can be just as dangerous as if the violence occurred offline. Consequences can vary – from fear, anxiety, lack of concentration to sleep disturbances, depression, isolation, or even suicide.

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