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Rising Above Bullying

Author : Rosemary Hayes
ISBN : 9781849051231
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Extreme bullying can have devastating effects. It can leave a child severely traumatized, their self-esteem destroyed, and in deep despair. This book reveals these shattering effects by telling the stories of eight children who have experienced extreme bullying and then found their way to recovery at a Red Balloon Learner Centre- a place where children can go to continue their education and recover their self-esteem, confidence and feelings of self-worth. Guidance is given on what teachers and parents can do to help a child who is being bullied, or a child who uses bullying behavior, and what the bullied children themselves can do.--[book cover]
Category: Family & Relationships

Anti Bullying 101

Author : HowExpert
ISBN : 9781647587581
Genre : Family & Relationships
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There are so many books about bullying, but many of them do not cover how to rise above bullying while you are experiencing it or after it occurs. It covers exactly what we can do to rise above the experience of feeling pushed down. Society often forgets that the effects of bullying does not end once the school day ends or you put on your high school cap and gown, and have a diploma in your hand. For many people, their personalities and life tracks are shaped by what happened to them in school. Regardless if you are a tween, in your mid-twenties, a seasoned professional with school-age kids of your own, or still in school, you can benefit from this book. How do you or someone you know rise above bullying? Catalano teaches you how to use your natural talents and your experiences to become your own game changer. Here's What You Will Learn Inside This Guide: Chapter 1: This is Our Story How my story started and the way it has impacted me; I will be tying in the concept of why my story matters and inspiring you, the reader, to look into why your story matters. Chapter 2: What is Bullying?!? This chapter will be to point out how bullying is simply bullying – it occurs in different ways and manners. All in all, bullying cannot be put in a box and we should not to do so; the last section of this chapter will be focusing on what kinds of experiences you may have/have had. Chapter 3: Game Changers A chapter about getting into the positive mindset using a “game changing” mentality (which includes translating the experiences into positive energy). Chapter 4: The School Bell Has Rung Analyzing and engaging in a discussion about the hardships that comes unique to the school environment. I then provide exercises that help you rise above these cruel school years. Chapter 5: Writing Your Own Office Memo Similar to school bullying, I have you, the reader, explore with me the “water cooler impact” and its unique effect on how people work, and provide exercises to inspire you to take charge of your work life. Chapter 6: Rising Above Family and Relationship Traumas Relationship bullying can be an even more “personal” type of bullying. I help you see how this sensitive issue requires a special kind of care when rising out of your comfort zone, and away from trauma. Chapter 7: Bullying in Countless Forms – It is Not Black and White Describes the many forms of bullying that have occurred with others, and demonstrates how your story can be influenced by what you have learned herein. Chapter 8: The Power of Positivity Spotlights the power of positivity and a “game changer” mindset to bring about change with bullying experiences; shows how the power of change can be for life and not for just the one experience of being bullied. Final Word: Our Stories Coming Together Once you have come to peace and grown from your experiences being bullied, you can now use these experiences to help others and help them “game change” their lives; gives exercises that ask you to look inside of yourself and use your calling to tie into what you have learned from being bullied. About the Expert: Christina Catalano is an anti-bullying advocate and a survivor of 13 years of bullying. Catalano is the Founder and CEO of RISE Anti-Bullying, a charity that counsels children who are or have been bullied as well as conducts research for school policy for safer environments; Catalano has raised more than $10 million for the cause by taking steps to change how she reacted to her experiences of being bullied and becoming a game changer herself. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Crisis Book

Author : Rick Hughes
ISBN : 9781910649312
Genre : Business & Economics
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It seems everyday we encounter a "crisis" or difficult issue of some sort that affects our work. Such difficulties can come from within work (eg, a difficult client or boss, missing a target or deadline, rejection of a proposal or plan, feeling undervalued) or outside of it (eg, personal issues such as family, relationships, debt, alcohol). All have the potential to trigger stress, anxiety...and lead to crisis mode.This practical book offers strategies and guidance to coping with and surviving a range of crisis moments and issues that affect our ability to perform at work. Written by expert coaches, the book helps anyone to develop a series of competencies in order to help us manage crisis points and improve our personal resilience. This book is part of the highly successful Concise Advice series.
Category: Business & Economics

Rising Above A Toxic Workplace

Author : Gary Chapman
ISBN : 9780802487445
Genre : Business & Economics
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Learn how to thrive in—or escape from—a toxic work environment. Toxic organizations are rife with conflict, fear, and anger. The environment causes people to have physiological responses as if they’re in a fight-or-flight situation. Healthy people become ill. Colds, flu and stress-related illnesses such as heart attacks are more common. By contrast, in resonant organizations, people take fewer sick days and turnover is low. People smile, make jokes, talk openly and help one another." - Annie McKee (author, consultant) Many employees experience the reality of bullying bosses, poisonous people, and soul-crushing cultures on a daily basis. Rising Above a Toxic Workplace tells authentic stories from today's workers who share how they cope, change, or quit. Candidly they open up about what they learned, what they wish they had done, and how to gain resilience. Insightfully illustrating from these accounts, authors Gary Chapman, Paul White, and Harold Myra blend their combined experiences in ministry and business to deliver hope and practical guidance to those who find themselves in an unhealthy work environment. Includes a Survival Guide and Toolkit full of strategies and realistic insights
Category: Business & Economics

David S Secret Soccer Goals

Author : Caroline Levine
ISBN : 1846420342
Genre : Family & Relationships
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David is much like any other boy who loves playing soccer, but when the chance comes up to go and stay at Champions Soccer Camp, David has to face up to his biggest embarrassment, wetting the bed. David stands up bravely to his sister's taunts and a nervous visit to the doctor, but will he be able to control his bed wetting in time for Camp? David's Secret Soccer Goals is a warm and sensitive look inside the mind of a boy with bed wetting problems. It delicately highlights the fears and worries that a child in this position can go through, whilst also giving practical advice on how to deal positively with the situation.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Democratic Leader

Author : John Kane
ISBN : 9780199650477
Genre : Political Science
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Democratic leadership is the most familiar form of leadership and yet the least well understood by people in democratic countries. This book explores the tensions and dilemmas that beset such leadership in order to explain why democracies produce simultaneously the strongest and weakest of leaders.
Category: Political Science

Rising Above

Author : Jerry Wilde
ISBN : 0893903450
Genre : Self-Help
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Category: Self-Help


Author : George Ainslie
ISBN : 9780521260930
Genre : Psychology
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Dr. Ainslie examines an elementary human paradox: that we are endangered by our own wishes.
Category: Psychology

Japan Echo

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ISBN : UCSD:31822004418679
Genre : Japan
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Category: Japan

Bright Horizon

Author : Rosemary Hayes
ISBN : 0340854715
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Set in England and Australia, this is a richly-woven family saga—spanning Victorian times to the present day—with interweaving historical and contemporary storylines. The tale is set in the 1940s, as Jane and David Daniels struggle with the move from Australia to Britain after the war, and stumble upon some family secrets they are not sure they want to know.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Troubled Waters

Author : Rosemary Hayes
ISBN : 0340854693
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Part one begins in the late 19th Century with 12 year old urchin Jim and his sister Abbie, who make a living selling bits and bobs in the street to earn their keep a home. Then Jim is falsely accused of stealing a gold watch he is charged and sent to Australia, to the recently founded boys' penal settlement on Point Peur! Will Abbie ever see him again? Slowly she learns to fend for herself, and luckily finds work as a downstairs maid, through one of the ladies her mother sews for. Abbie is now 15, honest, and eager to take on any duty. She soon settles in with the other maids, and, like her mother is a talented needlewoman. She is soon making gowns for the young ladies of the house. Things finally seem to be on the up and when Edward, the new junior footman arrives, he and Abbie fall in love, and become engaged. Abbie seems finally to have shrugged off the past. But then Jim arrives home and Abbie is shocked by his scruffy gaunt appearance and lack of social graces. Jim's experience in Australia has clearly marked him for life. He seems angry and off the rails. When he seduces Abbie's friend, Sarah, and then marries her, Abbie fears for them. Jim is moody and unreliable and he drinks too much. Then, leaving his wife with three children to look after, Jim disappears back to Australia where he feels he can make a new life and erase the memory of the crime he never committed all those years ago. But what will become of him, and Abbie? Will news of her brothers' disgrace effect her reputation and her burgeoning career as a seamstress? Will Jim ever return to see his children . . .Interweaved with this story is a parallel account of present day Matt and his sister Kate - great-grandchildren of Abbie. Matt, a moody troubled 15year old has left home, unable to bear his overbearing stepfather any longer. Kate frantically searches for him, but when months later there is still no word, she tries to get on with her life. Will Matt get in touch again?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Temple Bar

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025634309
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Song Of Spider Man

Author : Glen Berger
ISBN : 9781451684582
Genre : Performing Arts
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“One of the best literary works of this year” (Miami Herald-Tribune): The true story of a theatrical dream—or nightmare—come true…the making of the Spider-Man musical. As you might imagine, writing a Broadway musical has its challenges. But it turns out there are challenges one can’t begin to imagine when collaborating with two rock legends and a superstar director to stage the biggest, most expensive production in theater history. Renowned director Julie Taymor picked playwright Glen Berger to cowrite the book for a $25 million Spider-Man musical. Together—along with U2’s Bono and Edge—they would shape a work that was technically daring and emotionally profound, with a story fueled by the hero’s quest for love…and the villains’ quest for revenge. Or at least, that’s what they’d hoped for. But when charismatic producer Tony Adams died suddenly, the show began to lose its footing. Soon the budget was ballooning, financing was evaporating, and producers were jumping ship or getting demoted. And then came the injuries. And then came word-of-mouth about the show itself. What followed was a pageant of foul-ups, falling-outs, ever-more harrowing mishaps, and a whole lot of malfunctioning spider legs. This “circus-rock-and-roll-drama,” with its $65 million price tag, had become more of a spectacle than its creators ever wished for. During the show’s unprecedented seven months of previews, the company’s struggles to reach opening night inspired breathless tabloid coverage and garnered international notoriety. Through it all, Berger observed the chaos with his signature mix of big ambition and self-deprecating humor.
Category: Performing Arts

Temple Bar

Author : George Augustus Sala
ISBN : UOM:39015049030482
Genre : English periodicals
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Category: English periodicals