Bullying : Responsibility Lies with the Parents

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Bullying is a worldwide problem. But if we want to eliminate it, rather than simply reduce it, we must address the environments that breed both bullies and victims. This begins at home.

In her book, Bullying, Evelyn Ekhator points out that children raised by loving parents in a safe, supportive home can learn both how to value themselves and others. When they are treated respectfully and regarded with empathy, they can extend the same compassion and civility to their classmates.

One of the main obstacles to ending bullying is the false assumption that all bullies are the same. Although their actions might be similar, what's driving them is unique and must be dealt with on an individual basis. Ekhator clearly defines the different types of bullies and victims to provide a broader framework for the issue, while also addressing the role bystanders play. To stop bullying, we must each take action and choose to use our individual power for the good of ourselves and others. Only in unity can we-as parents, educators, community members, and fellow students-finally quash the tragedy of bullying before it begins.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 290 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 431g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514821001
  • 9781514821008

About Evelyn Ekhator

Evelyn Ekhator is a motivational speaker and mentor who is passionate about helping children reach their full potential. She believes parents play a significant role in healthy child development and parents' love is paramount in their child's life. Ekhator lives in the Netherlands with her family.
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