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Interview on Bullying with Prof. Helene Guldberg

by Izzy KalmanJune 5, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying In my last blog entry, I wrote about a recently published book,  Reclaiming Childhood: Freedom and Play in an Age of Fear, by developmental psychologist, Helene Guldberg. This book, as far as I can tell, is the only one so far in existence […]

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A Voice of Sanity in the World of Anti-Bully Hysteria: Developmental Psychologist Helene Guldberg

by Izzy KalmanMay 21, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying Bullying has become the number one worry of parents, as recent polls are showing: http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:le5oEzQMX8kJ:bullyingcourse.c… http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=… Countries throughout the modern world are complaining that bullying is becoming an escalating problem. Meanwhile, these very same countries have been waging an escalating battle against bullying. […]

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Tenth Anniversary of the Columbine Shooting

by Izzy KalmanMay 7, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying I’m sending this blog entry a couple of weeks after the 10th anniversary of the Columbine shooting. That date–April 20–is important to me because the Columbine shooting was the event that made me realize my mission to teach the world a better way […]

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The Anti-Bully Operation was a Success but the Patient Died

by Izzy KalmanApril 8, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying The entire modern world is complaining that bullying is becoming an escalating problem in schools. Meanwhile, the effort to combat bullying in schools has also been escalating. No one seems to be putting two and two together. Isn’t it possible that bullying is […]

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Anti-Bully Laws Represent the Failure of Psychology

by Izzy KalmanMarch 16, 2009Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying There is something very few people understand. I’ve written about this before in my newsletters, but I’ve become acutely aware of it again thanks to many of the critical comments I’ve gotten to my Psychology Today blog entries. So many believe that people […]

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