Bully, Victim, or Hero

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Ebook – August 8th, 2011

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Have you ever watched someone being bullied or have you ever been the target of bullying yourself? Our usual response to bullying is to fight back, run away, or ignore it and try to be the better person while the bully has their way.

But what if you knew of another alternative? One that didn’t invite more aggression…one that puts you in control of the situation so that you do not lose face in front of peers…one that helps you diffuse or even handle the bully outright while you stand your ground?

In this book you are going to learn:

  • How not to think or react like a victim
  • How to stand up for yourself if you are an intended target of bullying or violence
  • How to stand up for others as the bystander
  • How to break the cycle of self-sabotage that causes aggressive behavior or bullying

If you have children in school—
If you are a teacher, school administrator, or someone that plays a role in the life of a child—
If you have ever felt hopeless and out of options—
If you want to know how to be assertive without being violent, this book is definitely for you.
Put control back into your life. Learn to be an assertive, effective Hero!

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Description

Title: Bully, Victim, or Hero: How to Assert Yourself without being a Target for Bullying or Violence.
Author: Ray Amanat
ISBN – 978-1-936449-06-4 Trade Paperback:
ISBN – 978-1-936449-32-3 eBook: MOBI
ISBN – 978-1-936449-33-0 eBook: EPUB
BISAC: Health & Fitness : Safety, Family & Relationships : Parenting – General
LOCCN – 2011933907
Pages: 116
Price: Trade Paperback – $17.95. eBook – $7.99
Trim: 6×9
Publication date: August 8th, 2011

 

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Type of Ebook

Mobi (Kindle), ePub (Nook, iTunes, Kobo & Google Play), PDF

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Ray Amanat

Mr. Ray Amanat is the founder and curriculum coordinator for Heroes in Action®, a Non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids build character in private, public and special school districts. As a victim of bullying himself, Ray’s goal is to give people the tools that he learned to avoid violence and bullying in a positive, proactive way, while learning common sense techniques to stay safe.

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