Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Psychology - Social Psychology, grade: 100.00, Brigham Young University, language: English, abstract: Bullying has been around for a very long time. Methods that have been used to bully have remained constant through time. Be that as it may, a new form of bullying has arisen. This form involves the media and is labeled as cyberbullying. This essay discusses the two different styles to bullying, which are, traditional bullying, and cyberbullying. After that has been discussed, the focus of the essay will shift to the effects that bullying has brought upon youth. The main concern for the issue of bullying is that some may be committing suicide because of the endless torment. This essay discusses both sides to bullying, which are, the victim, and the bully. This is for comparing and contrasting the reasoning behind each of their reactions to their situations. Many examples of bully-related suicides will be explored and discussed. Opinions on what can be done; will be shared by both specialists, such as a psychiatrist, and certain members of the general population. This will ensure both a professional's opinion, as well as the opinions of normal citizens can be shared and reasoned. Suicide due to bullying is a problem, but not an epidemic. Youth need to be aware of how to deal with bullies, and that there is always hope. There are many organizations in the world that deal with these sorts of issues, and look to helping those who are in need of aid.