The Dance of Bullying


An Effective Approach!

Thousands of children avoid school each day for fear of being persecuted by their peers; countless more dread it for the same reason. This timely, insightful, and truly practical handbook shows parents, teachers, school administrators, and community leaders how to create healthier and safer schools and communities. Based on the physics and psychology behind bullying, “The Dance of Bullying” explains the interpersonal dynamics that cause one child to harass another.


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The information considered is easy to understand and apply, the tools and techniques in this comprehensive guide include:

  • The innovative “What’s Next” intervention strategy
  • The groundbreaking Demartini Method® to enhance a child’s feelings of self-appreciation and gratitude
  • Skill-enhancing tips for both educators and family members
  • Invaluable insights into the minds of both the bully and the bullied
  • Specific actions to help adults intervene decisively

By understanding the bullying dynamic, you will be able to intervene with far greater impact—and in a way that honors everyone involved. With your help, all children can emerge from these relationships with greater self-esteem and improved interpersonal skills. With “The Dance of Bullying”, you will be able to instigate significant changes in your school and community. The Dance of Bullying is an illuminating guide which shows educators and parents how to effectively deal with bullying while helping children grow in both self-esteem and wisdom.


About the book:

The phenomenon of bullying has been receiving widespread attention over the past number of years, exaggerated by a few violent mass slayings that somehow have been connected rather arbitrarily to the perpetrators being bullying victims. At the same time, we have yet to find anyone who has not experienced some form of bullying or who has not been viewed by others as being a bully. So is bullying a new behaviour recently acquired to deal with modern life, or just an old behaviour that has been around for a long time and actually serves some purpose in human evolution? During our 60-plus years of experience in psychology and education, we have had occasion to deal with many forms of bullying that arose with children from two to 22 years of age. As we looked back, in each case there was invariably significant, specific, individualized learning for each person in the event, whether it was the bully, the bullied, the observer or the intervener. It suggested to us that bullying is a tool that we all use to evolve as individuals. It suggested that bullying is a tool that we all use to learn important things about ourselves, other people, and the world in general. from the Introduction


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