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Mom, They're Teasing Me: Helping Your Child Solve Social Problems Paperback – August 3, 2004
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--Antoinette Brinkman, M.L.S., Evansville, IN
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Top Customer Reviews
The bottom line is, when you've read this entire book, won't have an answer to "Mom, They're Teasing Me."
When nothing is done to help victimized children, they grow into adults that continue to blame themselves for everything that goes wrong around them.
This book accurately describes the kind of abuses that many children are still exposed to in our schools. The book will be of excellent help to those wishing to protect their children and students from bullies.
It will also enable those who care about children to withstand arguments from those who wish to turn a blind eye to the abuse that is happening outside of their backyards.
The book will also be helpful to adults that have themselves been bullied. Because the basic bullying tactics have not changed and because the book describes them so well, it validates the reality of the past abuse.
This validation is very helpful in resolving the emotional anguish that many adults, who have been abused as children, still carry.
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Excellent book. Indispensable for both teachers and parents of middle school children.Published 23 months ago by Tara Garner
I found this to be a well-practical book that would be helpful for all parents to read. It’s good to be reminded what age-appropriate levels of problems are, and how devastating... Read morePublished on May 5, 2014 by Natalie