Bullying is not a Game

Are you concerned about the rise of playground and school-yard violence?  Has your child been cyber-bullied?  Do you know a teacher or school administrator who is searching for resources to help children and parents understand and prevent bullying behavior?

The recently-released book, Bullying is not a Game: A Parents' Surivival Guide, by  Julie Christensen and Laurie Flasko, marks the completion of a 3-1/2 year collaborative project.  Co-author Laurie Flasko shares her personal experience as a parent of a bullied child, and provides insights and advie on how to intervene and advocate on behalf of bullied children.

Also provided are insights on bullying prevention, and how to navigate the school, judicial, and mental health systems to ensure the best interests of the child are considered.

Available through www.angersolution.com

About the Book:

Laurie Flasko shares a powerful story of torment, trauma, and healing as she chronicles her daughter Amanda's journey through bullying.

From Amanda's poignant first-hand account of her experiences with bullying in elementary school and Laurie's perspective as a concerned mother, learn how bullying took a severe toll, resulting in years of chaos and a diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

In Bullying is Not a Game, Laurie and Julie share practical advice and tips for parents on how to "get through and survive". They are joined by some of the leading bullying experts, researchers, and therapists who provide real strategies for coping with bullying and share an empowering message of hope for parents, educators, and community agencies.