Stop Bullying tackles the issue of bullying for teens head-on from the perspective and experience of a teacher and a guidance counselor who have seen it all and developed innovative programs to beat bullying in their schools.
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“This book is a must-buy if you have any inking your child is being bullied, or might be a bully. By reading this, you will come away with a clear understanding of why kids bully and are bullied, and what you can do about it.“ NZ Women’s Weekly
Kids taunting other kids; teen suicide; txt bullying; cyber bullying; kids harming others; kids’ treatment of parents/teachers/ bus drivers – the topic regularly gets banner headlines in the newspapers. Victims' stories about teachers, senior students, priests and peer groups who have made their lives a living hell because of bullying come out of the woodwork in monotonous and depressing regularity.
So why in the twenty-first century, in an age where we appear to know so much about human development and the needs of children, is bullying seen to be as bad as it ever was? Worse, in fact, in that kids can’t escape from it in this new era of cyber harassment.
Stop Bullying is packed with case studies and practical, real-world solutions to help kids who are being bullied to stop bullying now!