Bullies Are for Real

by Dr. Carol M. Jaxson-Jäger PhD


Formats

Softcover
$15.99
Hardcover
$24.99
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$15.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/21/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 95
ISBN : 9781465368263
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 95
ISBN : 9781465368270
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 95
ISBN : 9781465368287

About the Book

Bullies Are For Real is written for elementary school aged students, by anyone can learn and benefit from the examples presented. This book explores the nature of bullying, the kinds of people who bully, why people bully, why people are victimized by bullies, and what to do if you are bullied, among other topics. The illustrations in the book are actual drawings from elementary aged students, who were learning about bullying, in a large group setting, with an instructor. Bullies Are For Real presents children’s illustrations of bullying experiences.


About the Author

Dr. Jaxson-Jager has national certification as a counselor, is a licensed counselor, in the States of Ohio and Michigan, and maintains a private counseling practice is the State of Ohio. While employed as a speech therapist in K-12 schools, in a small township outside of Dayton, Ohio, Dr. Jaxson-Jager realized that most students were well mannered and kind, while other students could not play fair, wait their turns, were jealous of others and tried to hurt them, stole from others, and liked to fight. She feels that her interest in the counseling profession, grew from these observations. Born in Dayton, Ohio, Dr. Jaxson-Jager attended two Midwestern schools. She graduated from Miami University with Bachelor of Arts degree, and from Xavier University with a Master of Education degree. A post Master’s degree was earned from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and a PhD with honors from Barrington University, in Des Moines, IA. Dr. Jaxson-Jager helps others to understand that bullies are people who are insecure, and they try to cover up this insecurity by hurting others, to try to make themselves feel better. She also wants to convey that bullies are often jealous of their victims and will try to hurt them physically, emotionally or eliminate them.