This book is designed to help parents vaccinate their kids against bullies. By preparing for them in advance you can effectively innoculate yourself against the worst of their behavior.
In this book Jen teaches parents practical ways they can protect their kids from bullying. Using techniques she learned from her mother as well as from her experience as a dolphin trainer in Hawaii. These skills are so easy to learn even a kindergartner can understand them.
In this book you will find:
Practical information on how to not be a target of bullying
What exactly to do if you have to stand up to bullies to protect yourself or someone else
How to stop bullying after it's started
and how to get help when you need it.
The time to teach your kid the skills they need to succeed in life is now!
An Important Book
An important book for dealing with bullying. It addresses youths and provides easy to learn techniques to counter tough situations, and by doing so, grow stronger as individuals. Parents and teachers can use the book as a tool for supporting youth they care for. - at Barnes and Noble
Great Little Book
This is a quick read...and a great basic book. I really do think her advice is good and plan on teaching my daughter some of the techniques. I have read a few books about bullying and this one just seems to have advice that is simple to remember. It seems mostly written for the teenage set but adults can read and easily translate her thoughts for younger children. The book is so simple yet so deep. I am glad I stumbled upon it . I plan on reading her other books too. - Murfy at Amazon
How to protect yourself against bullies
Jennifer Hancock has written a very interesting little book on how to understand bullies and how to make them back off. She also discusses serious issues like stalking, assault, battery, restraining orders and trolls. Whether your child is being bullied in the real world or online this book will help them take control of the situation. I found that the advice in this book was excellent and the techniques do work in a variety of situations. I've seen a lot of people bullied online and have also seen people stick up for themselves. I've also defended people who I think are victims. I think this book will teach a child valuable tools to prevent bullies from gaining control in their lives. Jennifer Hancock learned how to deal with bullies as a child because her mother took the time to teach her certain facts. I especially liked her information on how to extinguish a behavior. There is also some good information about creating a total information blackout online. So whether your child is being bullied online or in the real world, this book has a lot to offer. It was enjoyable to read and can be absorbed very quickly. Now there are two versions of this book and I can only recommend the sensitive version for kids. by Rebecca at Amazon