This multi Award winning book; Bullying What are we really scared of? is a comprehensive educational guide to bullying. From the school yard through to the workplace, cyber bullying, domestic and family violence, even elder abuse, this book covers all areas of bullying.
Why you were chosen, why you responded the way you did, why no one would step in to help and how to stop it? Understanding bullying is crucial to defeating it, learning how the bullies think will tell you what tactics they use to help you can counter them to defeat the bully. With practice, you can stop the bullies before they start.
Winner of the Best Self Help Book for 2018 by the Pacific Book Awards. Finalist for Self-Help Books for 2019 by the Book Excellence Awards. Gold Award for Education/Reference for 2020 by the Elite Choice Book Awards. Silver Award for expertly delivering a thought provoking theme that is easy reading, fluent and powerful using appropriate language by Literary Titan 2020. Finalist for Education and Academic for its high quality writing for 2021 by the Book Excellence Awards.
This informative book challenges the current "system" response of victim blaming and punishment and lays the foundation for a successful way of dealing with bullies.
The author gives:
• Realistic, affordable and easy solutions to the bullying problem.
• Empowering victims to overcome their fears so they can stop the bullies easily.
• Aiding victims to diffuse bullying situations.
• Educating bystanders to understand their role in helping victims.
• Educating parents to understand the situation their child is in and how to help.
• Educating school staff how to help the victims instead of punishing them.
• Educating the Justice System to help victims of all forms of abuse.
• Educating governments and education departments on better policy and decision making.
Bullies are really not that scary when you understand them, in fact, they are easy to control when you know how. Put all bullies in their place today, order your copy of Bullying What are we really scared of?
About the Author
Born into Humanity a few decades ago, raised in Australia, suffering an injury in my late teens leaving me with a permanent and painful physical disability. I have learnt to overcome and bounce back from the worst that life can throw at me, accomplishing whatever I set my mind to.
Bullies have been a major unwarranted part of my life, either because I did not “conform” to society’s standards or because of their own “insecurities”. Over the years I have learnt how to deal with them effectively and efficiently, much to their disgust they learn the hard way that I wasn’t the easy target they thought I was. Being disabled makes me a bigger target, whilst most view this as a hindrance, I see it as a good opportunity to teach a bully a valuable lesson, one they won’t forget in a hurry.
I am discouraged with how bullying has been allowed to flourish by the overwhelmed and under resourced Police Services and the underwhelming lack of process Governments have taken to bring the Laws up to today’s standards. I am also quite concerned about misguided “opinions and advice” being given to victims putting them at risk of further harm. This strongly encourages me to step in to help humanity find its way before the problem worsens beyond control.
Victims of abuse, myself included, have suffered for far too long at the hands of bullies. It is apparent that no one has come up with the solutions because the problem has escalated, yet here I am bully free and happy. I have found the right formula, the right attitude and know all of their secrets, they really aren’t that “scary” after all, when you know the truth.
With decades of experience, education and research along with my philosophies on life, I know the only way to control bullying is for us, the people to take charge of it. I offer my words of wisdom and my services to your community to show how to take back control. I am prepared to put my words into action, if required, I will travel to the ends of the earth to teach you all that bullies are really easy to control, the challenge is, are communities willing to work together to solve this problem?