Good friends respect each other and should respect what you want or don’t want to be sent.
Your first stop should be your friend. Have you told them you are not happy and that you would like them to stop? They might think the clips are funny but haven’t realised that you don’t feel the same way.
Sometimes we need to have conversations offline. It’s important that your friends understand what you like and what you don’t like to see online. Tell them that it bothers you, and ask them politely to stop.
If they carry on after you’ve asked them to stop, speak to an adult you trust about making sure it doesn’t happen again. You can also block a friend from contacting you online.
If the problem feels like it’s getting out of hand, you can find more information on tackling this at YoungMinds.
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