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“Taking the Bully by the Horns”
by Kathy Noll & Dr. Jay Carter 0-937004-11-1 (Alt.ISBN 0-937004-06-5)
This is a book for children and educators. It offers practical strategies and explains the motivation for bullying behaviors. Why do kids want to hurt other kids?
This book teaches children and teens how to successfully handle bullies while maintaining a good, healthy self-esteem. There is even a chapter directed at the bullies themselves — helping them to stop their negative behavior. Many bullies started out as victims. We need to break the “Bully Cycle.” Students in Elementary through Jr. High can role-play scenarios in this book. This helps them see first hand how their actions affect others.
We recommend that schools order a copy of “Taking the Bully by the Horns” to keep in the library or counselor’s office so that it is available for students in need.
This book is an essential tool to improve school safety and save children’s lives.
1 out of 4 kids will be bullied this month. IT’S TIME TO DO SOMETHING
(Autographed collector’s item/illustrated — For Educators, Parents, and Students of All Ages)
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Discounts available for ordering multiple copies.
This book can also be ordered as an E-Book on the Order Form Page.
NEW DVD: LIVE Bullying Workshop Training © 2017
Our Educational Program Now Available on DVD. Program Time: 90 minutes. This DVD Program includes Nationally Certified Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Worksheets. One Low Price. Excellent for Schools and Clinical Institutions who can not afford to host an in-person training or on-site event. ($475 value for only $29.99)
The 200 page worksheet program covers all aspects of Bullying – including focus on the Bullies, the Victims, Prevention, and Healing. The Worksheets are designed to educate School Personnel and Students – both Victims and Bullies. They include Classroom Strategies and Action Plans.
DVD Workshop Outline:
I. Bullying Myths:
II. Why Peer Abuse?
III. The 5 W’s of Peer Abuse
a. Schools and Children
b. Adult Survivors of Peer Abuse
1. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
2. Social Anxiety
V. The Abuser (bully)
a. Behavioral Characteristics
VI. The Abused (bullied)
a. Behavioral Characteristics
VII. The Aware (bystander)
a. Behavioral Characteristics
VIII. Signs of abuse
a. What to do if a child is abused by peers
b. What not to do if a child is abused by peers
X. The roles adults play in the process
a. How adults inadvertently encourage this abuse among peers
b. Educators and others
XI. The Adult Survivor
a. Impact as a child
b. Healing and releasing turmoil
“The EDA Bullying Workbook”
by Kathy Noll ISBN-13: 9780937004036
“The Bullying Workbook,” was developed by request from educators and parents seeking an interactive follow-up to “Taking the Bully by the Horns.” After each story in this Workbook, students take notes to discuss bullying and other serious issues while examining the actions and behaviors of the characters — including how certain situations could have been handled better. Kids are asked to compare these situations to their own lives and decide what they’ve learned. There is a Q & A section at the end of each chapter and pages for note taking. Each chapter shows examples of someone doing good or helping someone else out who is being bullied, or is in a difficult situation. This is what the author, Kathy Noll, is encouraging the bystanders of bullying to do. The book encourages kids to care enough to get involved in stopping negative behavior and preventing others from getting hurt.
This workbook helps kids build positive character traits, conquer fears, make the right choices, and improve self-esteem. The book also helps bullies lessen their anger, understand how their behavior affects others, and gives them something positive to aspire to. The stories are motivational, inspiring, adventurous, and sometimes humorous to keep the readers attention so they don’t miss the “lesson.” Children (& adults!) enjoy this book & benefit from it. Teachers & Parents successfully use this book with their kids in the classroom and at home. For All Ages.
NEW BOOK for ADULTS “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life”
Self-help, Self-esteem, Self-improvement Book for Adults. You will get 101 quick, simple and — most importantly — proven success secrets from the top experts in the world and gain access to the greatest treasures of all time – the gold nuggets of success. Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, plus many other leading experts have all contributed their knowledge to this great compilation.
This thick book includes so many different empowering topics, that any person could find at least one, if not more, helpful and interesting chapters – which makes it a valuable gift as well. I recommend it to all adults who write to me about experiencing adult bullying — whether they are experiencing actual bullying now, or the lasting effects from childhood bullying. I’ve received positive feedback on how helpful it has been. The book itself has received very good reviews. The chapters hit on all emotional aspects of bullying and what needs to be healed… anger, grief, guilt, self-esteem, emotional release, forgiveness…
This book is an all-star team of 101 top speakers, world-class coaches, self-help experts, great psychologists, and cutting edge authorities who can help you break through barriers that you aren’t even aware are there. Each chapter packs a powerful bite of knowledge, and most of the author biographies will refer you to free newsletters, blogs, web sites, books and articles where you can delve in with more detail, examples, and how-to steps. You can change, or improve, your life right now.
Other excellent & respected contributing authors include: Dr. Joe Vitale, Dr. Len, Gail McMeekin, Bob Hoss, Lynne McKenna Hoss, Hale Dwoskin, Warren Whitlock, Lori Radum, Barbara Schiffman, Bob Burg, Michael Stall, Holleay Parcker, Stacey Mayo, LuAn Mitchell-Halter, Yanni Maniates, Paul Scheele, Roger Carr, Cindy Stone, Shirley Mitchell, Brenda Shoshanna, Noelle Nelson, David Neagle, Susan Urquhart-Brown, Deborah Brown-Volkman, Paul Lawrence, Craig Perrine, Jim Rohn, Sally Veillette, Ralph Marston, Paul Frazer, Christy Whitman, Darren Johnson, Stephen Shapiro, Greg Reid, Matt Bacak, Dan Robey, David Leonhardt, Frank Traditi, Carolyn Porter, Pat Wyman, Brian Tracy, Blair Warren, Mary Ann Bailey, Deborah Leigh, Marilyn Sorensen, Denis Waitley, Charles Marcus, W. Jane Robinson, Eva Gregory, John Harricharan, Rita Emmett, Zig Ziglar, Carol Tuttle, Edwin Spina, Rhoberta Shaler, Bob Griswold, Jacquie Hale, Evelyn Cole, William Hablitzel, and Stuart Rosen.
HERE IS A LIST OF ALL TOPICS & CHAPTERS — including Kathy Noll (myself) on ADULT BULLYING & Bullying in the Work Place:
Acceptance; Achievement; Addictions and Recovery; Adversity; Aging with Power; Dissolving Anger; Conquering Anxiety; Appreciation; Assumptions; Behaviour Modifications; Belief Systems; Beliefs; Brain Development; Bullies; Business Start-Up; Business with Heart; Career Planning; Coaching; Commitments; Communications; Creativity; Criticism; Destressors; Doubt; Dreams; Emotional Release; Emotions; Empowerment; Energy; Energy Psychology; Enjoyment; Excellence Creation; Expectations; Failure; Female Empowerment; Forgiveness; Free Will; Friendship; Giving; Goal Setting; Goals and Dreams; Guilt; Habits; Happiness; Heroes; Home and Workspace; Imagination; Impressions; Individuality; Inner Serenity; Instant Learning; Integrity; Internet and Personal Growth; Judgments; Knowledge; Life Balance; Life Changes; Life Simplifications; True Love; Low Self-Esteem; Motivation; Music and Subconscious Beliefs; Negativity; Networking; Passion; Peak Performance; Performance Zone; Personal Ownership; Personal Responsibility; Perspectives; Planning; Positive Self-Talk; Positive Thinking; Living in the Present; Problem Solving; Procrastination; Productivity; Prosperity Consciousness; Purpose; Real Love; Reality Change; Relaxation; Right Livelihood; Sanctuaries; Self-Awareness; Self-Confidence; Self-Love; Self-Mastery; Simplicity; Speed Reading; Spiritual Consciousness; Spirituality; Stress Reduction; Stress Relief; Subconscious Mind; Subliminal Learning; Teachers; Thankfulness; Unhappiness; Value Identification; and Volunteering.
Video 1 – Montel Williams with Kathy Noll & Dr. Jay Carter. Powerful points: A boy took a gun to school to protect himself from bullies & ended up getting suspended. And a story that made us all cry of a mother & father whose daughter committed suicide because she was too scared to go to school. 45 min.
Video 2 -Includes multiple shows on Bullying, School Violence, and Self-esteem from Dr. Carter’s & Kathy Noll’s talk show, “New Directions.” Also Peer Mediators discuss their success stories & advice for kids/parents/teachers on how to deal with Bullies & Improve Self-esteem. 60 min.
Video 3 – Very POWERFUL. Includes suicide from bullying & discussing the issue with the victim’s mother & friends who were bystanders that chose not to get involved & now regret it. Also, touching stories of students being bullied because of medical problems. Some are bullied by fellow students AND teachers. Advice & strength are offered. 45 min.
Video 4 – “Flipped” shows actual bullying caught on video tape at a high school – the bullies were made to play the “geeks” or “victims” to teach them what it feels like & to show them how their bullying affects others. Lessons were learned with much emotion & there is also a touching scene where actual victims of school shootings who survived come forward. 25 min.
Video 5 – CYBER Bullying! Bullying Prevention Experts, Bullying Prevention Programs, Social Responsibility, Legal Help/Advice & info on Cyber Bullying. Prevent your kids & students from becoming victims. Dr. Jay Carter offers professional advice from a psychology standpoint. 45 min.
Video 6 – “Warning Signs” (MTV Documentary) – Kathy Noll & Dr. Jay Carter discuss the warning signs of bullying and introduce this documentary which includes video from prison of a teen who caused a fatal school shooting & now regrets it. 30 min.
The Bully Caterpillar DVD – This film won awards for best story and best animation. Harold was a bully caterpillar. He had ego, arrogance, and entitlement. He was the biggest, meanest caterpillar around and he could do whatever he wanted. He didn’t want to change, until a butterfly came by one day and said, “Hello.” 20 min.
*For those of you who still have access to a VCR, the above DVD’s numbers 1 thru 6 are also still available on VHS Video Tapes at the discounted price of only one dollar.
Thanks to the kids and adults who requested I make these entertaining stories available! We hope you will enjoy them.
1. “Pickle Ridiculous!” – Jeremy ends his nightmares of being bullied by standing up to his own fears.
2. “The Secret Baby” – A young girl is threatened by the thought of her parents loving another child.
3. “Animals – Shmanimals!” – Courageous Craig takes the town’s problem into his own hands!
“The Bully Caterpillar”
Harold was a Bully Caterpillar. He was the biggest caterpillar around. He picked on all the other caterpillars because he thought they were weak. He hid his loneliness and sadness with meanness. He hid his lack of confidence by being arrogant. He was afraid he couldn’t actually fend for himself, so he acted entitled to take things from others. He couldn’t admit to himself that he was actually jealous. He needed something special to happen to him, then one day a butterfly came along and changed his life. This story teaches kids how bullying affects the victims and the bully, and why it is wrong. It is a touching story — adults love it too.
In workshops for younger students, Dr. Carter picks a volunteer or two to help him tell the story of his book, “The Bully Caterpillar,” which he shows via colored transparencies on a projector. This is an excellent role-playing program for elementary schools to use in their classrooms. It’s entertaining, educational, and gets their attention. The book and story have also now been made into a short film which can be shown at assemblies as well. It recently won Awards at the New York Film Festival!
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***This story is also available on DVD as an award-winning animated film.
A comprehensive and concise 50 page book that explains Bipolar in a common sense every day language. Beware you must have a good sense of humor when you read this book. Step by step, Dr. Jay Carter shares real stories of people with bipolar and addresses bipolar from a personal perspective, a medication perspective, drug and alcohol abuse perspective, and a forensic perspective.
Dr. Carter is an expert on Bipolar disorder; traveling extensively giving seminars and educating people on this topic. This book is a helpful tool for anyone experiencing this disorder, anyone living with someone experiencing this disorder, and anyone who simply wants to learn more about it.
If you’re a fan of Dr. Jay Carter’s best-selling “Nasty People” series of books:
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