American Heritage Girls Founder Patti Garibay: What To Do About Cyberbullying

October 20, 2021

CINCINNATI, Ohio —On her national radio feature “Raising Godly Girls,” Founder and Executive Director of American Heritage Girls Patti Garibay recently discussed the importance of talking with young girls about the dangers of cyberbullying, as well as gave a few tips on how to teach girls to not be a bully.

Garibay stated, “Have you ever read the comments girls leave on one another’s social media? It can be downright appalling to witness the cyberbullying our girls go through. If you’ve caught your girl in the act of cyberbullying, it’s time for an intervention.

“Have your girl practice reading her texts aloud or looking into a mirror before replying so she can experience what it’s like to be on the receiving end of her message. It can be easy for us all to forget that a real person is behind a text or social media post—but a Godly girl knows we are all called to live in community with one another, digital or in real life.

“After all,” Garibay concluded, “the Golden Rule of the Bible still applies to our interactions today!”

The “Raising Godly Girls” radio feature and Raising Godly Girls blog shares guidance and biblically based advice on many key topics affecting girls today. It gives parents, educators, and faith community leaders a set of tools, resources, and Scripture-based advice to assist in raising girls after God’s own heart. The “Raising Godly Girls Minute” with Patti Garibay airs on 900+ Christian radio stations across America. 

Read more about Garibay, AHG and “Raising Godly Girls” or visit the AHG website, its Facebook page, on its YouTube channel, or on Twitter @AHGnews.

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To schedule interviews with Patti Garibay, founder and executive director of American Heritage Girls, contactMedia@HamiltonStrategies.com, Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096 ext. 105, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.

To inquire about airing the “Raising Godly Girls Minute” with Patti Garibay, contact Michael Hamilton, 610.584.1096, ext. 101.