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.

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http://bullyingrecovery.org/blog

Healthy U: Episode 49 – How Our Words Can Cause Long-Term Damage with Stress Free Now’s Bob and Christine Wright

Host Alan Eisenberg and his special guest, son Andy Eisenberg, discuss the power of the words we speak to others and the damage they can cause with Bob and Christine Wright from Stress Free Now. Topics include how what we say to each other can have long-term lasting effects and … Continue reading

Source: Healthy U: Episode 49 – How Our Words Can Cause Long-Term Damage with Stress Free Now’s Bob and Christine Wright

Healthy U: Episode 48 – Nathan Segal discusses Family Bullying

Familial Bullying Survivor, Nathan Segal, discusses how to move past bullying and recover when the bullying is happening by your family. Nathan Segal is a bullying survivor. After decades of suffering, mostly at the hands of his late father and one brother, he was able to free himself from the … Continue reading

Source: Healthy U: Episode 48 – Nathan Segal discusses Family Bullying

It’s All About the Questions – Bullying Recovery

It was a great pleasure to be a guest on Laura Steward’s radio show “It’s All About The Questions.” (https://www.facebook.com/laurastewardatchison)

http://www.laurasteward.com/83-alan-eisenberg-bullying-recovery.html

Can We Talk About the Extremes of Bullying?

The subject matter in this fictional story takes a serious look at the extremes that some teens and adults go through during painful experiences. It is not appropriate for children and even some adults who might be triggered by reading subjects covered in this book. . . (Foreword in “Crossing … Continue reading

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What Every Adult Should Know About How Bullying Affects Adolescents

“Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.” – Joseph Campbell Bullying has been a problem for kids since as far back as most people can recall. However, what was once viewed as an unfortunate part of childhood has now become recognized as … Continue reading

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Bullying Tip: Silence Can Be Golden

“Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.” ― Leonardo da Vinci In some ways, this article may seem counter intuitive. Some of the bullying tips shared here will, seem on the surface to be not what you think. That is because what many think are the correct tactics to handle … Continue reading

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Healthy University: Episode 41 – Dr. Felicity Lawrence on Workplace Bullying & Cyberbullying

Dr. Felicity Lawrence joins Healthy University host, Alan Eisenberg, to discuss her study findings on workplace bullying and cyberbullying. Dr Felicity Lawrence is the Principal of Stop Workplace Cyberbullying and has a PhD in organizational social psychology together with over 25 years experience in Australian private, military and government environments. Felicity is … Continue reading

Source: Healthy University: Episode 41 – Dr. Felicity Lawrence on Workplace Bullying & Cyberbullying