Tag: Bullying

ESPN's Britt McHenry and her temper tantrum - suspension or should she be fired?

ESPN's Britt McHenry and her temper tantrum - suspension or should she be fired?
Let’s just start with the tantrum, since this is what type of behavior is being discussed across the country right now: I haven’t written much as of late but after seeing this I feel compelled to comment. The old saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover”? How true, how true. To look at... Read more »

My bullies: Seen, confronted, peace.

My bullies: Seen, confronted, peace.
Last October I was asked to write a guest post for my fellow blogger Carrie Goldman. Carrie, author of  “Portrait of an Adoption” has recently released her first book, “Bullied: What Every Parent, Kid and Teacher need to know about ending the cycle of fear”, (Available on Amazon.com). It was Carrie who first encouraged me to... Read more »

Bullied: So my friend Carrie Goldman wrote an amazing book

Bullied: So my friend Carrie Goldman wrote an amazing book
Yes, she did. Carrie is not only an accomplished artist and mother extraordinaire, she has now added author to her list. Las night at the Barnes and Noble in Old Orchard Carrie introduced her book “Bullied: What every parent, teacher and kid needs to know about ending the cycle of fear”. I was unable to... Read more »
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Romney a bully: I knew Mr. Clean wasn't so clean

Romney a bully: I knew Mr. Clean wasn't so clean
I knew sooner or later something negative would come out about Mitt Romney. All along he has seemed a little too squeaky clean for my taste. Way too perfect. Slick hair, handsome (if you like that look) and wealthy. Married to Mrs. Clean with all those kids and grandkids. Just too perfect for me. I... Read more »

Middle School messed me up, but I'm okay now

Last night we took a ride on our Harley which let me tell you, on a night like last night there is nothing like it. As the passenger I really have nothing to do other than think and enjoy the ride. About halfway through the trip, I snapped to attention when I realized we were... Read more »