4 Simple Rules to Stop Bullying (ebook)

4 Simple Rules to Stop Bullying (ebook)

Author: Neil Mars
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This book starts from the principle that the phenomenon of bullying is not new or related merely to schools, but rather a problem that has always existed and must be acknowledged as something related to the whole education and social system.

Title 4 Simple Rules to Stop Bullying (ebook)
Author Neil Mars
Type ebook

This book starts from the principle that the phenomenon of bullying is not new or related merely to schools, but rather a problem that has always existed and must be acknowledged as something related to the whole education and social system.

Teaching children about how to deal with bullying is important for their whole life and can change their future, while increasing their probability of obtaining a happy life. Following such paradigm, the book focuses on the application of four principles to deal with this issue from different angles, and more precisely parenting and teaching. These four principles are mutual respect, self-esteem, equal needs and basic rights, as well as the golden rule of “onto others as to you”. They are used here  “as tools to promote compassion and acknowledgement.

This is a book intended to guide parents and teachers in dealing with this problem with a creative mindset, helping in not just solving the problem in itself, but also contribute with better values for the next generations.

  1. Perspectives
  2. Respect
  3. Self-esteem
  4. Equality
  5. The Golden Rule
  6. Applications
  7. Punishments
  8. Shock-therapies
  9. Measurements
  10. A Story about Bullying
Perspectives
The phenomenon of bullying must be analyzed under different perspectives, taking into account that each one will demand a different behavior as a response:
Parents: It’s a fact that bullies or their victims are developed mainly at home, while the school is the environment they find to express their nature, either with or without their parents approval. Regarding the approval, it’s meant here the acknowledgment of the situation. Because many parents do allow their children to continue being victims of abuse, by not knowing how to deal with it or disregarding the issue, and there’re also parents that actually promote bullying behaviors in their children as a way to raise their own self-esteem. (...)

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