Top Menu

Tag Archives | Bullies

Principle Number Five: Love Your Enemy

The anti-bully movement is unintentionally promoting hatred. This is an installment in a series called “Ten Principles for Moral Discipline.” They are meant to form the basis of a moral, effective school bullying policy. Published on February 20, 2012 by Izzy Kalman in A Psychological Solution to Bullying The idea of “loving your enemy” was […]

Continue Reading

Crash – Movie Recommendation

by Izzy Kalman (January 2006)Racism is a major concern of mine, and in regards this subject, I’d like to recommend the movie Crash (2005; careful, there is another recent film with the same name), directed by Paul Haggis. It is one of the most thought-provoking films I have seen about prejudice. And it is an […]

Continue Reading

More on the hypocrisy of bully-bashers

by Izzy Kalman (December 2005) At a recent seminar, one attendee was an expert in all the research on bullying. (She certainly spends more time reading the drivel than I do). She was fascinated by my point of view, but mostly dismissive because it is contrary to all she has learned from the published research. […]

Continue Reading

The Emotional Welfare State

by Izzy Kalman (November 2004) My “Turning Bullies into Buddies” seminar draws more criticism than my “Anger Control Seminar,” though the contents and philosophy are very similar. This is probably because I make it clear in the “bullies” seminar that I believe the very idea of a campaign against “bullies” is misguided and unethical. Understandably, […]

Continue Reading

Good news! Bullies CAN feel remorse!

by Izzy Kalman (October 2004) In my seminar on bullying, I list a number of popular myths. One of these myths is that bullies are incapable of feeling remorse. Why do I say it’s a myth? I have spoken to a number of people who identified themselves as bullies, and they told me they felt […]

Continue Reading

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes