The bandwidth of self-destructive and auto-aggressive behavior of children, and to an even greater extent young people, is large. It ranges from drug and alcohol abuse through to eating disorders, self-harm (e.g. so-called “cutting”), and suicide threats, through to actually committing suicide. Social networks, forums and blogs are used to exchange tips on carrying out or hiding self-destructive behavior. They are not the cause, but rather a means of presentation and communication. The content is problematic because it can increase the extent of self-destructive behavior and convey a sense of normality (“others do it too”). In addition, they can inspire other, previously not self-destructive, people to behave in a similar way. If content of this nature is found, it should be reported to www.internet-beschwerdestelle.de/en. If, as parents, you become aware that your child is using such content, you should seek professional support, for example through online helplines like www.nummer-gegen-kummer.de, or a look for a counselling center in your area. Information who to contact in your country can be found here: https://www.betterinternetforkids.eu/web/portal/practice/helplines.