What are the reasons someone might become a bully that you might explain to a young client?
What are the additional uses of the Turning Insults into Compliments technique?
What are the techniques that can help students deal with verbal bullying and insults?
What is a technique you might use to help students deal with prejudice in verbal bullying?
What is the problem with using the words ‘should’ and ‘you’ when expressing feelings?
What are the additional techniques for helping students deal with verbal bullying?
What are the advanced techniques that students can use to deal with verbal bullying?
What are the anti-meanness steps?
What are the concepts for helping students work together to deal with bullying?
What are the methods for helping students cope with doubts?
What are the common short-term effects of bullying on the victim?
What are the types of bullying victims?
What are the steps in parents objectively assessing their child for signs of bullying behavior?
What are the strategies and techniques that can help students who are usually bystanders intervene in a constructive manner?
A. intervening and the anti meanness test and role playing.
B. the bully may have low self-esteem; someone else may be being mean to the bully; and the bully may not have learned the right way to treat others.
C. the one dimensional victim, the physically challenged victim, the passive loner victim, the aggressive loner victim, and the accidental victim.
D. feeding back, understanding, and Name that Feeling.
E. Don’t watch, don’t react, combating gossip, offering support to the victim, gathering others, creating a distraction, and confronting the bully.
F. Listening when the student talks about his or her friends, observing how the student treats siblings, talking to teachers and other parents, monitoring the media diet, looking out for jealousy, not choosing the child’s friends, and watching for sudden signs of affluence.
G. The ‘Golden Nuggets’ technique.
H. Asking Questions and Agreeing.
I. not returning meanness with meanness; using the techniques found in this course to interrupt and confuse a bully who is using meanness to hurt others; and thinking about a situation after it happens, if you were not able to figure out what to do at the time.
J. Tone Twisters, Disconnected Comments, Playing the Game, Blocks, and Pushes.
K. Low self confidence, depression, abnormal fear and worries, sleep disorders, nervous habits, frequent crying, bed-wetting, poor appetite or digestive problems, school problems and rage.
L. using the Turning Insults into Compliments technique against nonverbal meanness, and the Reverser.
M. they make statements sound insulting and critical.
N. Making a Commitment, Airing Doubts, and the Opposites technique.