But do keep the threatening messages, pictures, and texts, as these can be used as evidence with the bully's parents, school, employer, or even the police.
The punishment for cyberbullies can include being suspended from school or kicked off of sports teams.
Because many kids are reluctant to report being bullied, even to their parents, it's impossible to know just how many are affected.
But recent studies about cyberbullying rates have found that about 1 in 4 teens have been the victims of cyberbullying, and about 1 in 6 admit to having cyberbullied someone.
Certain types of cyberbullying can be considered crimes.
Many kids and teens who are cyberbullied don't want to tell a teacher or parent, often because they feel ashamed of the social stigma or fear that their computer privileges will be taken away at home.