ABC’s for Bully Prevention, Simple as 1-2-3
About the Book
Bullying and victimization are not new. They have been around since the beginning of time. "ABC’s for Bully Prevention, Simple as 1, 2, 3," corresponds the letters of the alphabet to words that relate to victimization, bullying, and intervention. Words are simple, yet relevant, a toolbox of different ideas and principles that can be used by all ages: students, teachers, parents, children, preachers, parishioners, correctional workers, law enforcement, supervisors, and employees to educate themselves and others. Concepts challenge the reader to develop an out-of-the-box perspective on how to approach bullying and reduce its negative effects. Author’s personal opinion is that children are not born to hate; they are taught to hate. Use this book to reverse that cycle.
About the Author
Mark Anthony Johnson, MA, CCMT, is an award-winning transformational speaker, author, coach, and antibullying advocate whose audiences include students from elementary to college, faculty, inmates, churches, and social organizations. Mark’s personal purpose statement is to inspire, impact, empower, and help transform those in and out of the space he occupies. His unique High Impact Anti-Bullying Workshop, during which inmates share their stories, is a powerful presentation for youth, focusing on the building of self-esteem, development of purpose, victim empowerment, and resistance to bullying. Certified by Dream Coach and Bullies2Buddies, Mark is the founder of Life to the Brim, an organization established to help others achieve their dreams. His current publications include Multiple Streams of Success and The Dream Book, a life-coaching book for teens.