Solutions for parents and teachers
Trim size in cm: 14x22
Publication date: 01/03/2012
Many books deal with bullying and insist on the importance of early detection of even the most veiled signs of abuse, and on the need to support the victims through wide and rigorous plans of intervention.
This book has adopted a different perspective—it takes the point of view of the parents who have to deal with the possibility/suspicion that their child is a bully. On one hand it is important to be able to distinguish between nasty jokes or signs of hostility and real bullying. On the other hand, the relationship between parents, their educative style with the children, and their reaction to the child’s behavior are pivotal.
Addressed to parents and teachers of children between 5 and 17, the book is an invitation to reflection and self-analysis. It doesn’t offer lists and guidelines, but examples as tools to devise personal and well-timed strategies of intervention.
What does people say about bullies?
What can people say to the family of a bully?
How to realise if your son behaves like a bully
And what if he is a bully?
Educating the bully: some suggestions