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No Such Thing as a Bully – Shred the Label, Save a Child
ISBN 978-0-9736831-3-4 173p. Ebook only – $22

DO YOU NEED HELP TO HELP YOUR CHILD? No Such Thing as a Bully will INSTANTLY give you new tools and understandings to help you help your child.

Do you know what to do when your child tells you he is being bullied?
“I hate school! Jonah hits me everyday!”
– This book teaches you skills that you can teach your child to strengthen and protect him against bully actions.

Do you know what to do when you hear your child talk badly about their peers?
“Joseph is such a loser!”
– This book teaches you, how to teach your child to be a good bystander and be able to support people who are different.

Do you know how to handle it when the school calls to tell you your child has mistreated a peer?
“Mrs. Stand, Brittany spit on another child this morning.”
– This book teaches you how to identify bully actions and provide better coping skills to your child.

Do you know what to do when hear your child talk about bullying that is happening among their peers?
“Timmy is mean to Ron.”
-This book teaches you how to strengthen your child so that they can stand up for themselves and others.

Do you believe that bullying is a serious issue that requires holistic solutions?

DO YOU NEED HELP TO HELP YOUR CHILD? No Such Thing as a Bully will INSTANTLY give you new tools and understandings to help you help your child.

**We do not intend to be dramatic, but we want parents to be aware that depression and suicide can be an outcome of bullying. The best way to stay aware of your child’s feelings is to talk. This book helps you facilitate those conversations.




Here are a few other tools from the book for your convenience!

Six Tips for approaching your child
Scales of Intervention
The Bully Actor/Victim Responder Spiral

We’re excited about this book, and ecstatic that you’re thinking about using it with your family!


Here is a letter you can give educators and administrators about “No Such Thing as a Bully!” Share what you know with them, for the sake of all the kids in your school!