The Truth about Bullies
How to Turn the Tables on Bullying
Kathy tried very hard to keep the tears at bay as she hurried out of the principal’s office, down the hallway and out the door all the while keeping an almost white-knuckled grip on her son’s hand. She slowly eased up on her grip when she realized just how tightly she was holding on to Timmy.
But what mother could possibly hold it together after what she just learned. Why didn’t she know this before she got the call at work? How long had it been going on? Was this the first time he had actually been hurt or had it happened before?
Maybe there were other times when the scene hadn’t been caught by a sharp-eyed recess monitor. Why hadn’t Timmy told her about this? Here she thought they had great communication and getting this news thoroughly knocked her from her little perch of thinking she was a perfect parent.
How many times had his lunch money been taken from him? How many times had he been kicked or used as a punching bag? She may never know but she and Timmy’s dad needed to do some serious damage control.
Kathy was lucky. No matter how often her little boy had been bullied before, now that it was brought out into the open she and her husband could begin that damage control.
Understand this; children are at risk, serious risk, of potential harm due to being bullied. And the harm isn’t just physical, if left unattended there is the potential for harm that will last clear into adulthood.
The numbers are out there. You see it on the evening news every night or on your computer every morning when you catch the news after logging on.
Children are being bullied and it’s happening all around you. You need a wake-up call. The physical attacks are one thing. They leave evidence behind. The emotional damage, well, that is another matter altogether.
As I’m writing this I recall a headline I read online just the other day about another young girl who committed suicide because she just couldn’t take any more of the ridicule she was undergoing because of lies about her that were posted online. There is no excuse for not protecting our children.
Another potential problem is adult bullying. Yes, you read that correctly. Adult bullying is committed everyday across every type of business imaginable.
I get it. You are bombarded from every direction about stuff you just have to buy; or trivia that your brain is too tired to absorb. And, here we are telling you that you need to pay attention to yet another message demanding something from you.
But, of everything else you see this is one that you do need to get a handle on. For your children’s sake, for yourself if you are being bullied or for a friend or other loved one. Pay attention, please. We can help.
How Do I Do That?
You do that by reading the comprehensive guide written by our author. No, she doesn’t have a bunch of alphabet letters following her name. She doesn’t have some television guru who is promoting her work.
Okay so what has she got to help you then? Experience. Our author spent decades be bullied. Yes, you read that correctly, decades. She was bullied in elementary school, in middle school, in high school and even through college and into her first employment.
She has been there and done that. Let her explain the world of bullying to you and give you some thoughtful techniques to help you help your children. Or, even yourself in the workplace.
She calls her guide, “The Truth about Bullies – How to Turn the Tables on Bullying.”
The guide is:
- Very easy to read.
- It shows you the different types of bullies.
- You can put it to work immediately.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .
Learn the difference between bullying and harassment
Find out how to help your child if he witnesses bullying
Discover many tips for you to avoid bullying
How to plan your workplace environment to handle bullying
Using tools to detect if your child is being bullied
Implementing a proper plan for dealing with bullying at work
And much, much more
The world is changing at a rapid rate. It used to be that something like bullying was delegated to detention in the school office for being a bully.
It’s not so simple anymore. With the speed of the Internet and the sheer numbers of ways kids (and adults) can be bullied you need to learn to take care of your own. You need tools in your arsenal about how to protect your loved ones and live happily in the world today.
No one will take care of this for you. You have to take control yourself. Times have changed and so have we. We must take charge of our own destiny. No one will do it for you. Start right away and ensure a longer, healthier life for you and your loved ones.
“The Truth About Bullies – How to Turn the Tables on Bullying” can easily get you on the right track.
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
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