Students share their stories about pressures they face online and how they’ve tackled them. From ill-advised selfies to a chilli challenge - explore their stories.
What goes online stays online and can damage your reputation.
After his YouTube channel was trolled Aleksander felt defeated and left the site.
Funny stories and great Instagram filters are key to retaining web kudos.
Hundreds of 'likes' on someone else's post can feel intimidating.
The girls have some sound advice on what to watch out for when messaging.
Girls are pressured post 'indecent' pictures but it's more important to stay safe.
Ultimately you have to deal with it and not let bullies affect you.
Be strong-minded online and don't get pushed into doing things you don't want to do.
Blocking a bully rather than retaliating online helped Lia cope with online insults.
Some people laugh off mean comments and sometimes that works.
Some sound advice on what to do when gaming stops being fun.
Confide in someone you trust when faced with mean comments online.
Some useful tips for getting help when hurtful comments are made about you online.
Reporting abuse to a website worked for Megan, while Keira deletes nasty comments.
One heartfelt account about experiencing both sides of online abuse first-hand.
What seems like a laugh at the time might make someone else feel disheartened.
One student avoided hitting 'reply' and instead shamed bullies online.
The lads believe you need to have a thick skin online and block 'idiots' who spoil it.
Despite pressure from both sides Lyba stood firm and didn't get drawn into an online row.
Taking the 'chilli challenge' was bad news but peer pressure doesn't always succeed.
These students have some great tips for staying safe online.
Not everyone succumbs to the pressure to collect the most 'likes' for their pictures.
This student has some sage advice for those starting out on social networks.
How a pre-prom chat between friends led to conflict online and offline.
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