Homeschool Bullies: Dealing with Mean Kids, Cliques and Mama Drama
Far too many families are suffering the effects of bullies within the homeschool community, and it’s a subject no one has written about extensively, until now. We need to do all that we can to prevent bullying in our community, and perhaps most of all, homeschoolers of all ages need to learn how to recognize bullying behavior in ourselves. This ground-breaking book is a must for homeschooling families!
Far too many families are suffering the effects of bullies within the homeschool community, and it’s a subject no one has written about extensively, until now.
Why did I choose to write a book about homeschool bullies? First, because they exist. Bullies are everywhere, in the workplace, in your church, in public schools and yes, even in homeschools.
It does us no good to deny that they are out there. People are hurting, and bullies need to be stopped. But perhaps more importantly, homeschoolers of all ages need to learn how to recognize bullying behavior in themselves.
This book not only gives homeschoolers helpful advice on how to deal with the bullies they are likely to meet, but it helps them to hold a mirror up to their own behavior and that of their children, to see if there are ways that they can treat others with more kindness.
I believe that ‘Homeschool Bullies: Dealing with Mean Kids, Cliques and Mama Drama’ is an important book, which may help many homeschoolers to get along better and to treat one another with respect. I hope that each reader uses the book to make positive changes, in themselves, their families and their homeschool community.
Please consider getting the companion workbook, Don’t Be a Homeschool Bully: A Workbook for All Homeschool Families to use alongside this book.
The Unplanned Homeschooler
Tavia Fuller Armstrong, The Unplanned Homeschooler, is a featured contributor to Learning Tangent Homeschool Magazine. She has published multiple books and other rescources for homeschoolers. Look for Tavia’s products on the Unplanned Homeschooler website, on Amazon and CreateSpace, and coming soon to the Learning Tangent Homeschool Magazine Marketplace!
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