Bullying: The Remedy Lies Within
An innovative guide to purposeful strategies for understanding and
Many educators and parents today find themselves at a loss when confronted with
bullying among their students and children. Whether it takes the form of social
exclusion, rumors, stereotyping or cyberbullying, it can be challenging to help our
youth navigate these difficult peer interactions. "Bullying: The Remedy Lies Within"
is a timely and meaningful new tool for teachers seeking compassionate approaches
in their classrooms; parents seeking ways to discuss bullying with their children; the
children who are hurt, and those seeking to help.
Written by a life-long middle school educator and veteran collaborator on effective
anti-bully campaigns, this unique book tackles the topic of bullying in a creative and
thought-provoking way. Placing an emphasis on kindness and empathy as antidotes
to hurtful behavior, "Bullying: The Remedy Lies Within" employs a heart-felt blend
of poetry, descriptive illustrations and interactive lessons designed to guide children
to transformative solutions.
A springboard for self-reflection and discussion, "Bullying: The Remedy Lies Within"
integrates nicely with social emotional learning (SEL) and wellness programs. Gentle
in approach, the supportive, read-together content makes a persuasive case for our
collective power to stop bullying—that it lies in our hearts and in our hands.