Bullying Decoded Book Giveaway

Get ready to go on a ride into the mind of bullying with Ed Kaspar’s book, Bullying Decoded The Economics of Abuse.

The topic of bullying is something that is discussed in my home often, mostly with my oldest who is an almost 10 year old girl. The girl is beyond her years academically, being that she is in mid high school levels for most of her school subjects, but she is clearly an almost 10 year old girl when it comes to the social scene.  This makes it hard, because with her intelligence I could assume that she, like me, would be able to just let mean people be mean people and realize that some people just suck. There is nothing wrong with us, it’s just that bullies are there because that is all they know. At least that is my opinion.

In Bullying Decoded you will be able to see a bit of a different view in bullying and life. With cyber space becoming more popular bullying is certainly more on a rise and guess what? The internet let’s otherwise quiet, talk behind your back bullies appear right in front of you – why? They get to hide behind a computer and sometimes even adults don’t realize the full consequences of their immature actions online when it comes to putting down others in rude, unnecessary ways.

I invite you to take a look into Bullying Decoded The Economics of Abuse to have a new view on this topic and enlighten your mind. The truth is bullying is a serious subject, it’s not about “oh I don’t want my kids to not be liked” it’s about serious, bad bullying that is uncalled for and just plain criminal in some situations!

Enter to win your own copy of Bullying Decoded – one person will be randomly selected to win a copy. Giveaway ends at 12:01am EST on September 20, 2012 and is open to the US. Winner will have 48 hours to claim prize or else another winner will be selected by random.

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