And how to get help when you need it. No parent wants to see their kid suffer. If you want to learn how to protect your child, this book will help you teach them the skills they need to be successfully inoculated against bullying.. Don't have a Kindle? You can buy one by clicking this link: Buy A Kindle.
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Start Here! An extension of MyActiveChild. If your child is being assaulted or battered as a result of a bullying, you need to speak up on their behalf and keep speaking up. Kids learn more from your example then they do your words. Some people say that the best way to defend against bullies is to be aggressive, others say to use reason or humor. Do your suggestions fall within that spectrum or are they more outside of the box?
As any good scientifically minded parent would — I teach operant conditioning techniques to deal with bullying. But basically, what I teach is how to train your bully not to bully you.
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Humans are WAY easier to train than cats. Bullying has changed in the era of facebook and twitter. I do touch on cyber bullying, but not as something separate. I just give advice on how to use the operant conditioning techniques in the cyber environment.
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And certainly my encouragement to find compassion for bullies is extremely Humanistic. But it is not explicitly about Humanism. It falls more into the category of Humanistic Parenting if anything. Everyone else though, will get a lot out of it. Posted in parenting Tags: bullies , bully. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Skeptic Family Science and Humanism for Parents. I briefly interviewed Jen about her book and her approach to bullying… What made you decide to write about the subject of bullying? Do you think parents should intervene when their child is bullied?
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