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Taking a Stand Against Bullying: A Parent's Guide
Lyle, Master John
Influence Publishing / Softcover / 2015-02-01 / 1771410914
Bullying - Self Help
price: $15.95 (may be subject to change)
100 pages
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Bullying and the effects of its violence cause a tremendous amount of stress and suffering for children, making it vital for parents, teachers, friends, family members, and children to take a STAND. A guide in helping children win the battle against bullying, this book features tips that have helped thousands of children build up confidence, increase their self-esteem, establish bridges of communication with their parents, and better understand bullying and its effects.

From recognizing when bullying is occurring to discerning whether or not your child is the bully themselves, this book lays out, in simple terms, the root of bullying and how to talk to kids about it. The author, who was bullied himself as a child, peppers the content with his own personal experiences in facing and overcoming childhood bullying, and tells how having an open dialogue with young children can turn bystanders, who ignore or participate in bullying, into upstanders who stand against it. The book also includes an interactive workbook that parents can explore with their kids.

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About the Author:

Master John Lyle has a fifth degree Black Belt in traditional Korean martial arts, is the vice president of Professional Karate Schools of America, and the founder of the Smart Kid Series program. After a very abusive childhood, Master Lyle turned to martial arts at the age of 17. Today, with 37 years of experience practicing karate, he is making a difference in the lives of children everywhere by sharing his story of being bullied and how he was able to stand up against it. Teaching thousands of students and speaking to hundreds of elementary schools across the United States, Master Lyle is on a mission to help children stand up for themselves and others by rising above the bullying and violence in society today. His motto is to “empower children and adults to live a safe, fit, confident, and bully-free life.”

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