Site Guidelines

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Site Guidelines & Rules

Beyond Bullies Teenage, Peer & Mentor Guidelines

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  • You must be at least 13-years-old and under 18-years-old to post messages in discussion board or IM teen leaders on the Beyond Bullies Online Teen Support program
  • Do not exchange telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, high school names or details about where you live
  • Do not use the first name, city or any identifying information about Bullies or Cyberbullies
  • Any inappropriate posts or Web sites not associated with the site will be removed
  • No one can arrange an in person meeting
  • Anyone not following these guidelines will receive a warning or suspended from the Web site
  • Under no circumstances will profanity be accepted

E-mail Restrictions

  • Send email to teenleader@beyondbullies.org to contact mentors if you are unable to reach them online.
  • Add teenleader@beyondbullies.org to e-mail provider’s approved contact list
  • Be sure to send e-mails from the e-mail address you registered with
  • You will not be allowed to register twice and post under another identity

Forums and Discussion Boards

  • The forums are not intended to be used to discuss issues such as like cutting, suicide, eating disorders or drug/alcohol abuse.
  • If you are not a trained Beyond Bullies Teen Leader, do not refer to yourself as one or take the role as a mentor in the forums.
  • As a registered user, you can share your own story, welcome new users to the forums and suggest contacting a teen leader

Copy and Pasting Posts by other Members

  • You cannot copy and paste posts or Blogs from other sites by other members due to copyright infringement laws
  • Conversations from private messages or emails from other sites or from Beyond Bullies should not be posted or reposted

IM with Mentor or Posting on Forums

  • If you are using the forums for more than few hours a day or using your relationship with a mentor as a way to avoid making friends, we may contact you to suggest other support.