Category Archives: Bullying

Bullying takes many forms

I have found myself dealing, in recent days, with narcissistic, terribly self-centered representations of human beings who seem to think that their needs far outweigh any considerations of others. I see this on an international level, a national level, and … Continue reading

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Wednesday morning

It is cold in the house when you get up too early. Not having done much yesterday means that I did not tire myself out that much and although I really did not nap, I ended up waking up around … Continue reading

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Bullying into adulthood

There are all kinds of bullies. Recently, as I was with the grandkids at the local ‘Sprayground,’ there were kids that needed to be dealt with, older ones who were very clear about wanting to lord their way over the … Continue reading

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I am trying…

I know that many people are upset about the continued efforts of people in regards to the current political state of affairs. They feel that we should respect and give a chance. That is all fine and good, but let’s … Continue reading

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On being an educational scapegoat

I do recall, many many years ago when I knew that I wanted to be a teacher, that I had fears in my head regarding dealing with the public.  In the beginning, my feelings of fear were basically that I … Continue reading

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