By Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona
Everyone concerned with the care and welfare of kids and teenagers is faced with the difficulty of bullying, that's one among life's significant pressures dealing with little ones. Bullying behaviors create an uncomfortable, threatening, or even opposed surroundings that make it tricky for kids to learn.
101 proof approximately Bullying is designed to collapse what the learn says approximately bullying and its results, delivering rules for what can and may be performed to reduce or decrease it.
Kevorkian systematically discusses themes starting from relational bullying to cyber bullying to media and video violence to the felony ramifications of bullying, debunking delusion and uncloaking the evidence approximately bullying and its prevention.
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Extra resources for 101 Facts about Bullying: What Everyone Should Know
Robert allowed a story to be read to him but immediately slid off their laps and stepped on Karen’s feet. Parents report that if they had attempted this at home he would have been much more aggressive and loud. What the parents know Each child is unique. No therapist can ever understand a child’s nuances at the same level as a parent, and this is precisely the type of intimate knowledge that is necessary to create effective narratives. Parents are able to describe in great detail the child’s behavior and mood shifts – what makes the child tick.
Stories work. Parents can help their children heal through this powerful medium. Section 1: How Narratives Work Words have the ability to shape our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, actions, and relationships. When placed together in a cohesive form such as a story, the effect can be more powerful. Stories instruct us and help us make sense of our experience of the world. Stories allow readers to see themselves connected to the past, present, and future (Siegel and Hartzell 2003). Readers will take on the perspective of the hero or main character if they can identify with it.
Instead of just reacting to the behavior, parents have an opportunity to become an understanding champion of the child. As parents begin to understand why the child is doing what she is doing, hope is renewed. Now they have a way to help the child heal and give themselves relief from problem behaviors. Embarrassed by frequent phone calls from her daughter’s school, one mom worked hard to shape up the out-of-control behavior. As she discovered the meaning of the behavior, however, her approach changed.