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Another bonus episode? Yes! And it’s a big one!

Recorded live at WonderCon 2015, it’s the “TV Writers Room” panel. Moderated by Sony Pictures Television’s jocular senior VP of drama development & production Chris Parnell. This year’s heroic lineup includes Jesse Alexander (Agent X, Heroes, Lost, Hannibal), Michael Narducci (The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Medium), not so savage Steve Holland (The Big Bang Theory), Sarah Watson (Parenthood, About a Boy), Ashley E. Miller (Terminator, Fringe, Andromeda), Steve Melching (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Rebels, Guardians of the Galaxy Animated), Gabrielle Stanton (The Flash, Haven, Castle), Jose Molina (Agent Carter, Sleepy Hollow, Firefly), Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Helix, Lost, The Middleman), and Mark A. Altman (Femme Fatales, Castle, Necessary Roughness).

Recorded April 4, 2015

My Opinion

Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, she killed herself after getting nonstop bullied by her classmates using the internet a method called cyber bullying due to that she hanged herself leaving a letter about it

For me Cyber bullying is an action which can cause big damage to a person and can affect them heavily Gabrielle Molina experienced a huge problem and killed herself, I am not so happy about how people use new technology not for good but for bad.

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/310028/pinoyabroad/news/cyberbullying-pushes-12-year-old-fil-am-to-commit-suicide

Cyberbullying pushes 12-year-old Filipino-American to commit suicide

Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself in her room after allegedly being cyberbullied by her classmates.

Molina hanged herself and left a letter detailing the bullying she experienced, a report of GMA Network’s “State of the Nation” (SONA) said on Friday.

The police have secured Molina’s two computers containing information about the alleged cyberbullying.

Molina’s mother Glenda said that one of her daughter’s classmates uploaded a video on YouTube where Molina was shown arguing with another classmate.

She said their family complained about the video but it wasn’t taken down immediately.

According to a report of Daily Mail Online on Friday, Molina “was also teased after a sickening video entitled ‘Gabby’s Fight’ appeared on YouTube, friends said. It showed the girl, who was barely 5ft tall, being beaten up by a former friend.”

Her father George Molina said “the school failed to address the incident quickly enough and the footage was not immediately removed from the internet,” the report added.
Daily Mail said Molina experienced “relentless online bullying was branded a slut and told she looked like she had Downs Syndrome.”

A smart student

Glenda described her daughter as a smart student.

However, a psychiartrist said parents could not tell if their children are having problems just from their grades and school performance.

“Hindi dahil laging okay ang grade sa school ay wala na siyang ibang problema,” Dr. Paz Zabala told SONA’s Lala Roque during an interview.

Zabala said teenagers these days tend to cover up their problems.

“Halimbawa, na dedepress siya parang pwede niya pagtakpan 'yun sa family,” she said.

Some symptoms that show teens have problems are if they can’t sleep or they’re staring into space.

“Ngayon na nagcocomputer [na sila] mas challenging na yung paghandle nang mga bata. Pag dating nang mga anak mo pwede mo [sila tanungin] 'o ano kamusta sa school?'” Zabala advised.

“Meron kasing bata na tahimik lalo na pag binu-bully parang ayaw nga nilang malaman sa bahay,” she added.

Meanwhile, Department of Education (DepEd) Assistant Secretary Tonisto Umali said they have countermeasures against cyberbullying which is now a growing problem.

“DepEd order number 40, Series of 2012, 'yun 'yung tinatawag na nating Child protection policy ng ating kagawaran para po maproteksyonan ang ating mga anak sa lahat po ng uri ng pang-aabuso at kasama na po diyan ang cyberbullying,” Umali explained. - Andrei Medina, VVP, GMA News

Source: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/310028/pinoyabroad/news/cyberbullying-pushes-12-year-old-fil-am-to-commit-suicide

The only thing I can say to those who are being cyberbullied is that you should not let them control you.

This is your life and it should be something no one has control over. Some people are just so bored with their lives that they choose to use it ruining others’. Life is short and it’s precious, so you should not waste it on others who would just want to bring you down.

Do not respond to all types of cyberbullying because it is irrelevant, do not stoop down to their level. Never believe anything that the bully would say, they only think that the way to bring theirselves up is to bring others down.

Cyberbullying pushes 12-year-old Fil-Am to commit suicide                My Opinion

Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself  in her room after allegedly being cyber bullied by her classmates.

Children should be honest with their parents so that parents could guide their  kids properly from the pressure of  peers. Students need to be strong while they are bieng attacked by bullying, wether attackers or bashers have grounds or not, students should always rise up from it. No matter how nice you are their  are always people who are mean and wicked. The most important thing is to know one’s self and capabilities, if you know you are a good person then no amount of bullying can destroy you and even if there is a grain of truth in there words we should all consider that people make mistakes and people are not perfect. :)


http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/310028/pinoyabroad/news/cyberbullying-pushes-12-year-old-fil-am-to-commit-suicide

gmanetwork.com
Cyberbullying pushes 12-year-old Fil-Am to commit suicide
Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself in her room after allegedly being cyberbullied by her classmates.

If Gabrielle Molina hadn’t engaged in arguments in the first place, people wouldn’t have taken videos of her and the tragedy wouldn’t have happened. I believe we must be mindful of our actions not just in the cyber world but also in real life. On the other hand, meddling in people’s lives like posting videos of their ill behaviors may result to something grave. An incident with cyberbullying has already pushed someone to commit suicide. In this case, although we must be careful that it won’t happen to us, we also must make sure not to bully anyone in real life or in the cyber world where everyone could gain access to and see.

CYBERBULLYING PUSHES A 12-YEAR-OLD FIL-AM TO COMMIT SUICIDE
Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself  in her room after allegedly being cyberbullied by her classmates.

Molina hanged herself and left a letter detailing the bullying she experienced, a report of GMA Network’s “State of the Nation” (SONA) said on Friday.

The police have secured Molina’s two computers containing information about the alleged cyberbullying.

Molina’s mother Glenda said that one of her daughter’s classmates uploaded a video on YouTube where Molina was shown arguing with another classmate.

She said their family complained about the video but it wasn’t taken down immediately.

According to a report of Daily Mail Online on Friday, Molina “was also teased after a sickening video entitled ‘Gabby’s Fight’ appeared on YouTube, friends said. It showed the girl, who was barely 5ft tall, being beaten up by a former friend.”

Her father George Molina said “the school failed to address the incident quickly enough and the footage was not immediately removed from the internet,” the report added.

Daily Mail said Molina experienced “relentless online bullying was branded a slut and told she looked like she had Downs Syndrome.”

A smart student

Glenda described her daughter as a smart student.

However, a psychiartrist said parents could not tell if their children are having problems just from their grades and school performance.

“Hindi dahil laging okay ang grade sa school ay wala na siyang ibang problema,” Dr. Paz Zabala told SONA’s Lala Roque during an interview.

Zabala said teenagers these days tend to cover up their problems.

“Halimbawa, na dedepress siya parang pwede niya pagtakpan 'yun sa family,” she said.

Some symptoms that show teens have problems are if they can’t sleep or they’re staring into space.

“Ngayon na nagcocomputer [na sila] mas challenging na yung paghandle nang mga bata. Pag dating nang mga anak mo pwede mo [sila tanungin] 'o ano kamusta sa school?'” Zabala advised.

“Meron kasing bata na tahimik lalo na pag binu-bully parang ayaw nga nilang malaman sa bahay,” she added.

Meanwhile, Department of Education (DepEd) Assistant Secretary Tonisto Umali said they have countermeasures against cyberbullying which is now a growing problem.

“DepEd order number 40, Series of 2012, 'yun 'yung tinatawag na nating Child protection policy ng ating kagawaran para po maproteksyonan ang ating mga anak sa lahat po ng uri ng pang-aabuso at kasama na po diyan ang cyberbullying,” Umali explained. - Andrei Medina, VVP, GMA News

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I saw a quote from the internet and it goes, “Suicidal people… are just angels who want to go home.” I believe God placed us here in His perfect time and He, only He, has the right to actually get us and carry us to our permanent home which should also be done in His perfect time. I don’t really get why people commit suicide. I know they’re exhausted and they just want peace, etc, but leaving your loved ones and the life He planned for you just because you’re tired of people playing with you is unacceptable. It’s a part of life, actually. It’s just the way you deal with things that come your way.

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/310028/pinoyabroad/news/cyberbullying-pushes-12-year-old-fil-am-to-commit-suicide

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Cyberbullying pushes 12-year-old Fil-Am to commit suicide
Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself in her room after allegedly being cyberbullied by her classmates.

Protecting your child isn’t enough. You also need to be open to your children because as stated in the link, you can’t just see if your child has a problem through their grades. You need to be open to them and gain their trust because when they keep their problem to themselves, it will feel heavy and bad, thus taking their life to death. 

Internet nowadays should be monitored by the parents. Every move or search and every social networking site accounts of your child should be checked daily to be aware and be updated on what’s happening on their social media life. 

If Gabrielle Molina talked about this to her parents, her life could’ve been saved from suicide. 

CYBERBULLYING PUSHES A 12-YEAR-OLD FIL-AM TO COMMIT SUICIDE

Gabrielle Molina, a 12-year-old Filipino-American from Queens Village in New York, killed herself  in her room after allegedly being cyberbullied by her classmates.
Molina hanged herself and left a letter detailing the bullying she experienced, a report of GMA Network’s “State of the Nation” (SONA) said on Friday.

The police have secured Molina’s two computers containing information about the alleged cyberbullying.

Molina’s mother Glenda said that one of her daughter’s classmates uploaded a video on YouTube where Molina was shown arguing with another classmate.
She said their family complained about the video but it wasn’t taken down immediately.

According to a report of Daily Mail Online on Friday, Molina “was also teased after a sickening video entitled ‘Gabby’s Fight’ appeared on YouTube, friends said. It showed the girl, who was barely 5ft tall, being beaten up by a former friend.”

Her father George Molina said “the school failed to address the incident quickly enough and the footage was not immediately removed from the internet,” the report added.

Daily Mail said Molina experienced “relentless online bullying was branded a slut and told she looked like she had Downs Syndrome.”

A smart student

Glenda described her daughter as a smart student.

However, a psychiartrist said parents could not tell if their children are having problems just from their grades and school performance.

“Hindi dahil laging okay ang grade sa school ay wala na siyang ibang problema,” Dr. Paz Zabala told SONA’s Lala Roque during an interview.

Zabala said teenagers these days tend to cover up their problems.

“Halimbawa, na dedepress siya parang pwede niya pagtakpan ‘yun sa family,” she said.

Some symptoms that show teens have problems are if they can’t sleep or they’re staring into space.

“Ngayon na nagcocomputer [na sila] mas challenging na yung paghandle nang mga bata. Pag dating nang mga anak mo pwede mo [sila tanungin] 'o ano kamusta sa school?'” Zabala advised.

“Meron kasing bata na tahimik lalo na pag binu-bully parang ayaw nga nilang malaman sa bahay,” she added.

Meanwhile, Department of Education (DepEd) Assistant Secretary Tonisto Umali said they have countermeasures against cyberbullying which is now a growing problem.

“DepEd order number 40, Series of 2012, 'yun 'yung tinatawag na nating Child protection policy ng ating kagawaran para po maproteksyonan ang ating mga anak sa lahat po ng uri ng pang-aabuso at kasama na po diyan ang cyberbullying,” Umali explained. - Andrei Medina, VVP, GMA News

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It’s a depressing truth that victims of cyberbullying commit suicide. And for that, we should be driven to stop it. 

It’s a beautiful world with much beautiful people.

 Let’s not wait for another precious life to be taken by cyberbullying. It has to stop.