Family Dinners Can Counteract Effects Of Cyberbullying

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Family Dinners Can Counteract Effects Of Cyberbullying

New research suggests that eating dinner as a family four or more times a week may help protect kids against some of the negative effects of cyberbullying by allowing them to talk about their problems with siblings and parents, as well as discuss coping mechanisms. What do you think?

  • “But family dinner is the only time of day I get to sit down and eat in total silence.”

    Amy Flanagan
    Nonprofit Executive
  • “I’d love to help my kids deal with cyberbullying, but we’re usually finished eating by the time I’m done complaining about my boss.”

    Ben Leeds
    Park Ranger
  • “Shouldn’t it be the bully who gets punished?”

    Jake Gronli
    Refrigerator Tester
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