After my post a while back on bullying, I found this excellent blog post on the topic which I think makes a lot of parallel observations which have broader application. First, I agree that the world isn’t divided up between “bullies” and “victims”. Being a bully isn’t a matter of identity. Neither is being … Continue reading It’s About What We Do, Not Who We Are
I maintain there’s not a person on this earth who hasn’t been bullied at one time or another. I certainly experienced my share when I was younger, and unfortunately some of that came at the hands of adults. In one case, my mother intervened and requested a conference with the bullying teacher, and it actually … Continue reading When We Were Bullied As Kids, What Did We Want Done About It?