Your parents, guardians and teachers will all be talking to you about online safety, but unless you actually practice it you are putting yourself in harms way.
You know the score – you have been through numerous online safety lessons in school. But knowing how to be safe and putting it into practice are two very different things. We know the pressure young people are under to portray a certain image online. But the online world is not real. Don’t believe what’s up there. You’ve done it yourself – taken 100 photos to get the perfect one to post
Social media when used well is great. Unfortunately, there are too many dangers associated with it to be complacent. Don’t let it be a negative experience. The first signs of anything that you are not happy about – talk to an adult (your parents or teachers) for advice and help.
Don’t just heed the advice, practice it. Remove yourself from the bad and stay online for the good.