Jay McGraw's Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies

Jay McGraw's Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies Every day after that, Danny does something to frighten CraigCraig is smaller and far too scared to tell even his parents, let alone his teachers He is miserable And every day, Danny tries harder to make it worse On the internet, on playgrounds, and in schools across the country, thousands of elementary and middle school kids are picked on, teased, and harassed by bullies It s something that can jeopardize a child s development unless they have the tools to help stop bullying in its tracks In Jay McGraw s Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies, McGraw helps kids identify potentially harmful situations and deal with bullies through tips, techniques, and examples that apply to real life situations Jay doesn t just speak about the bullies he also speaks to the bullies themselves to help them change their ways Jay takes a no nonsense approach to bullying and the ways readers can handle it This timely and much needed book will be the tool kids across the country can use to stop being victims and take back the power in their lives

10 thoughts on “Jay McGraw's Life Strategies for Dealing with Bullies

  1. says:

    Written in simple language this book is geared to young teens, and even tweeners, who want to understand bullying and what they can do about it.The author, Jay McGraw, does a good job of defining bullying, varieties of bullying, and the psychology behind bullies, victims, and bystanders.Here s the chapter headi

  2. says:

    The book was a bit confusing since there were sections that obviously appealed to a younger middle school audience and other sections intended for parents The various anti bullying pledges reminded me of Nancy Reagen s campaign to Just Say No compeletely ineffective and created for a political purpose And yes, I am p

  3. says:

    Jay McGraw 19s 1CLife Strategies for Dealing with Bullies 1D is primarily aimed at an audience of people who are about twelve years old, although he obviously intends for their parents and teachers to read it too But adult readers will not only recall experiences of their children and students being bullied, but they will

  4. says:

    This book is written in the second person, using simple language, definitely suitable for a tween reader When I was reading this book, it felt like I was reading a letter from a knowledgeable friend I recommend this to all parents for shared reading with their tweens.

  5. says:

    A light read, it would be really useful for parents.

  6. says:

    I have VERY mixed feelings about this book On the one hand, I think Jay McGraw means well and he tries to give kids some realistic, non violent ways to deal with bullying On the other hand, I question some of his thinking and I feel like a the bulk of this book is fluff.For starters, I really like the Anti Bullying Pledge for Students p 138

  7. says:

    This book discusses several ways to deal with and prevent bullying The author starts it off by differenciating between the two main kinds of bullying physical harm and cyberbullying Then he names some reasons why kids bully others they want attention, they want to think they re better than you, they don t understand that everyone is different, et

  8. says:

    What I like about the book is that it gives an overview of what can be considered bullying It tells the reader that he s not alone in feeling angry or ashamed at being bullied It explains in very simple terms what is tattling and what is not.What I didn t like was the graphical horror stories This book is targeted at young readers, but I don t want to

  9. says:

    Jay McGraw, son of Dr Phil McGraw, gives a candid discussion about dealing with bullies He gives a definition of bullying, discusses types of bullying, why people become bullies, and the damage that can be caused by bullying He gives strategies for dealing with bullies and, perhaps most importantly, why bullies need forgiveness I particularly liked the contr

  10. says:

    I thought this book was very good because it gave the reader great tips of how to prevent bullying, or if you were the bully it would help you be kinder, and etc I think it was a great book with great strategies.

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