Time for A Change – Repoint for my New Blog

After eight great years hosting this blog site on WordPress.com, I have started my own company “Bullying Recovery” and a new website. All future posts will be done on this website.

To read the latest posts for this, please redirect and join us at: http://bullyingrecovery.org/blog

I thank you for the last eight years and hope you will see more great articles on the new site: http://bullyingrecovery.org/blog

I will continue to repost the blogs from this site here as well, but new updates will appear on my new site. Please use the link above to read the latest posts and thank you for eight great years of sharing with you my Bullying Stories on this site.

Go To:
http://bullyingrecovery.org/blog

Better Living with Therapy

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson For some, life is not all sunshine and daisies. Life can be trying at times, especially if an individual has an addiction. While in its throws, addiction can … Continue reading

Source: Better Living with Therapy

Healthy University: Episode 30 – Author Amy Pecic on the Long-Term Effects of Bullying

Author and writer, Amy Pecic, talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, about the long-term effects bullying had on her life. Amy Pecic is currently a writer and public relations consultant. Her professional background includes over 20 years in sales, business development and public relations. She’s worked with clients at some of the largest … Continue reading

Source: Healthy University: Episode 30 – Author Amy Pecic on the Long-Term Effects of Bullying

Body Awareness Meditation for Health and Well Being

We will be more successful in all our endeavors if we can let go of the habit of running all the time, and take little pauses to relax and re-center ourselves. And we’ll also have a lot more joy in living. ~Thich Nhat Hanh I have suffered from social anxiety … Continue reading

Source: Body Awareness Meditation for Health and Well Being

Healthy University: Episode 29 – Coach Reggie Mara and the 5 Ways to Live Healthier

Integral Master Coach and author, Reggie Marra, talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, about the five techniques you can use to live a healthier mental and physical life. Both Reggie and Alan use these in their regular routines of healthier living. Reggie Marra is the author of the 2016 release, And … Continue reading

Source: Healthy University: Episode 29 – Coach Reggie Mara and the 5 Ways to Live Healthier

Healthy University: Episode 28 – Dr. Susan Swearer on the Bullying Research Network

Professor and Co-Director of the  Bullying Research Network (BRNET), Dr. Susan M.Swearer, PhD, talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, about the research and work that BRNET is doing to help solve the bullying problem and the affected individuals dealing with this issue. Susan Swearer is an associate professor of Educational Psychology at … Continue reading

Source: Healthy University: Episode 28 – Dr. Susan Swearer on the Bullying Research Network

Bullied Lives Matter

The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world. ~ Paul Farmer First let me say that I am not at all trying to change the message of “black lives matter”. I think that this is actually a very important message … Continue reading

Source: Bullied Lives Matter

Are Our Brains Wired to Bully Others?

We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves. ~Buddha In a new study from the Icahn School at Mount Sinai found that brains of bullies react in the rewards region when they are aggressive … Continue reading

Source: Are Our Brains Wired to Bully Others?