Sarah Ball was cyber bullied in high school on social all because she broke up with her boyfriend at the age of 16. Sarah and her boyfriend broke up after about 15 months of dating. As everybody started to hear about their breakup they started spreading rumors, lies and gossip on Facebook about her. Even someone who was considered her former best friend said “ I hate Sarah Ball and I don’t care who knows.” Which was shared on Facebook where anybody could see so I’m pretty sure whoever saw the message knew. Sarah’s childhood “friends” started making versus sites and continued the gossip and rumors on Facebook. Not only that but she started receiving nasty emails, texts, and tagged her in photos with mean comments on Facebook. On Sarah’s 16th birthday people were still being mean and she received an anonymous text saying “Wow you’re still alive? Impressive. Well happy birthday anyway.” When I saw that I was like ok what would I have done if I got that text. Sarah did start to have a lot of suicidal thoughts which lead to her thinking about doing things (that I shouldn’t mention) to herself that would really harm her. Sarah had to get mental help to heal completely. Which I can’t imagine getting bullied and not needing mental help. Sarah starting her on cyber bullying program to help raise people’s attention about it wasn’t very much work for her to juggle. Sarah was already the spokesperson for an anti-bully association in Hernando County. So starting Unbreakable wasn’t going to be to much more work to juggle with school and other things. Sarah thought that bringing more attention to cyberbullying was a great idea since it is a very big problem especially with technology progressing at its regular rate. Unbreakable is now a larger organization and helps lots of people who have problems with cyberbullying all over.