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DOWNLOAD: The Bully, The Bullied, and The Bystander

DOWNLOAD: How to start and facilitate a support group for victims of stalking

DOWNLOAD: Responding to Stalking A Guide for Community Corrections Officers

DOWNLOAD: Workplace Bullying The Silent Epidemic

DOWNLOAD: A Look at Bullying in Canada

DOWNLOAD: bullying we can all help stop it

TRAINING

TRAINING: SECOND STEP Training

TRAINING: STEPS TO RESPECT A Bullying Prevention Program

TRAINING: Bully Proof Your School

TRAINING: Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP)

TRAINING: Course tackles office bullying

TRAINING: North America’s Proactive Anti Bullying School & Community Program

TRAINING: BullyHelp “101”

TRAINING: STOP A BULLY is a safe Bullying Reporting Program

TRAINING: Bullying Courses

ARTICLE

ARTICLE: The best defence against bullying

ARTICLE: Study finds startling new data on homophobia in Canadian classrooms

ARTICLE: When playground behavior enters the virtual world

ARTICLE: Bully Proof: A To-Do List

ARTICLE: Study links teenage bullying to social status

ARTICLE: Bullying seen as ‘instrument for social climbing’

ARTICLE: Workplace Bullying in the Academic World?

ARTICLE: Bullying and Courage: Why The King’s Speech Speaks to Us Today

ARTICLE: Surrey students learn dramatic lesson about cyber-bullying

ARTICLE: Bully Beatdown okay for Canada, TV council rules

ARTICLE: 10 Anti-Gay Myths Debunked

ARTICLE: Bullying: The Elephant in the School Yard

ARTICLE: Bullying in the Workplace

ARTICLE: Ten Choices in the Study of Workplace Mobbing or Bullying

ARTICLE: Checklist Of Mobbing Indicators

ARTICLE: Anger and Shame: Emotions of Bullying

ARTICLE: “It gets better” only goes so far

ARTICLE: Bullying boosts gay and lesbian suicide rates Homophobia

ARTICLE: LGBT kids told life will get better Speaker offers words of support

ARTICLE: MYTHS/REALITIES

ARTICLE: Bullying – Myths and Realities

ARTICLE: Five myths about bullying

ARTICLE: AT THE MERCY OF THE MOB

ARTICLE: An exploration of predatory behaviour in cyberspace

ARTICLE: Corporate Cyberstalking: An Invitation to Build Theory

ARTICLE: An exploratory study of harassment perpetrated via the Internet

ARTICLE: Bullying (16): How to help bullying bystanders

ARTICLE: Bullying affects gays’ health: Study

ARTICLE: Mo. lawmakers to discuss anti-bullying legislation

ARTICLE: LGBT Africans face blackmail, extortion due to homophobic laws

ARTICLE: Bullying-suicide case gets first court review

ARTICLE: Shepard, Wilchins talk gender, hate crimes

ARTICLE: Slain student Larry King remembered at university vigil

ARTICLE: Today: Encinal School is wearing pink

ARTICLE: Bullying: Not Just for the Maladjusted!

ARTICLE: Sticks, stones and bullies

ARTICLE: Bullying Not Part Of Growing Up

ARTICLE: Diana Boggia: Parents are in a position to help prevent bullying

ARTICLE: Web of Popularity, Achieved by Bullying

ARTICLE: 12yo victim leads push to stamp out bullying

ARTICLE: Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying in the Philippines

ARTICLE: What Do I Do if My Child is Bullying Others?

ARTICLE: Raging parents: The new schoolyard bullies

ARTICLE: Mobbing: Bullying’s Ugly Cousin

ARTICLE: More on workplace bullying

INFORMATION

INFORMATION: Organized Stalking by Groups – FAQ

INFORMATION: Online Harassment/Cyberstalking Statistics

INFORMATION: The Course and Nature of Stalking: A Victim Perspective

INFORMATION: Support-Seeking Female Victims of Stalking

INFORMATION: Subject: Bullying

INFORMATION: What is bullying?

INFORMATION: What are the myths about bullying?

INFORMATION: Working with Victims of Stalking

INFORMATION: Suicidal Thoughts or Threats

INFORMATION: Bullying and Harrassment

INFORMATION: It’s Time to Talk About Bullying

INFORMATION: Gay bashing

INFORMATION: Bullying Prevention: Nature and Extent of Bullying in Canada

INFORMATION: Homophobia: a global phenomenon (3 feb 2011)

INFORMATION: What is Community-based Harassment?

INFORMATION: Bullying in the Workplace

INFORMATION: Amending the Anti-Bullying Law (VIDEO)

BOOK

BOOK: The Bully-Free Workplace

BOOK: Gentle Art Of Verbal Self Defense At Work

BOOK: OVERVIEW: The GAVSD (Gentle Art Of Verbal Self Defense) System

BOOK: Bullying Prevention and Intervention Realistic Strategies for Schools

BOOK: Terrorist Stalking in America By David Lawson

BOOK: Gaslighting By Victor Santoro

BOOK: Mind Controllers By Dr. Armen Victorian

BOOK: How to Get Even with Anybody Anytime By Scott French

BOOK: Please Stop Laughing at Us

BOOK: The Bully A Discussion and Activity Story On Bullying

BOOK: Bullycide in America

DEFINITIONS

Verbal Self Defense, aka ‘Verbal Judo, is defined as using one’s words to prevent, de-escalate, or end an attempted assault. It is a way of using words as a way to maintain your mental and emotional safety. This kind of ‘conflict management’ involves using posture and body language, tone of voice, and choice of words as a means for calming a potentially volatile situation before it can manifest into any type of physical violence. This often involves techniques such as taking a time-out, deflecting the conversation to less argumentative topics, and/or redirecting the conversation to other individuals in the group who are less passionately involved (Wikipedia).

Bullying is a form of abuse. It involves repeated acts over time attempting to create or enforce one person’s (or group’s) power over another person (or group), thus an “imbalance of power.” The “imbalance of power” may be social power and/or physical power. The victim of bullying is sometimes referred to as a target. Bullying types of behavior are often rooted in a would-be bully’s inability to empathize with those whom he or she would target. Bullying consists of three basic types of abuse – emotional, verbal and physical. It typically involves subtle methods of coercion such as psychological manipulation. (Wikepedia)

Community-based harassment is a grown-up version of school yard bullying. Multiple individuals within a community participate in the harassment and stalking of a single individual. However, rather than attack a victim physically, techniques are used to undermine a person psychologically. This can be far more damaging than a physical attack because not only is it very hard to prove, but it is extremely traumatizing for the victim. (Also known as cause stalking or gang stalking). catchcanada

If someone uses any electronic device to aid them in invading your person or property for the purpose of gathering information illegally, or for the purpose of causing harm, this is Electronic Harassment. Electronic Harassment

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