How to Stop Bullying in School
Finally, a solution to the bullying problem in schools!
HOW TO STOP BULLYING IN SCHOOLS ONCE AND FOR ALL
by Christopher MacDonald
Published: September 30, 2013
Format: Easy-to-read electronic format (buy the book for immediate reading - no waiting) pdf, doc, text, mobi, epub, and html.
Description: Hold on to your hats, the explosive book, HOW TO STOP BULLYING IN SCHOOLS ONCE AND FOR ALL, by Christopher MacDonald, is a one of a kind, game-changing book that clearly explains how bullying can easily be eliminated in any school.
Forget about all the fluffy rhetoric out there on the serious issue of students bullying students. Despite what anybody has told you, there is a simple solution to eliminate bullying in schools. Buy this book and you will learn:
A fast and effective approach to eliminate all types of school bullying
How to effectively deal with bullying that takes place on and/or off school grounds
The Big Three impediments to solving the problem and how to effectively deal with them
The reason why the education system has not been able to protect students and eliminate the bullying problem
How to empower students and keep them safe
How parents can be empowered and acquire peace of mind
What students need to do to protect themselves
How to reprogram a bully (using the bully antidote)
How to deal with cyberbullies
How principals and teachers can take back their schools
How implementing the approach contained in this book will actually save the system money
How to change the system
And much, much more...
Find out what some insiders have known for years but have been too afraid to openly tell parents and the public. Read about the real truth on how easy it would be to eliminate bullying in our schools.
I urge students, parents, educators and other stakeholders to purchase it today. There is no need for victims of bullying to endure another day of being bullied, or for those who care about them to feel powerless to help.
“You hit the nail on the head! You communicate what many of us in the profession never seem to verbalize... and your plan is the most realistic one I have heard!” N. Davis, B.Ed., M.Ed.