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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 […]

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Slobodan Milosevic — BULLY OR VICTIM?

by Izzy Kalman (March 2002) Slobodan Milosevic is back in the news. He is being tried for crimes against humanity by a UN war crimes tribunal. This man has been reviled by the world for allegedly masterminding the attempted genocide of the Albanian people in Yugoslavia. He certainly fits the bill of “bully”: someone who […]

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A Rational Alternative to the National School Anti-Bullying Policy

by Izzy KalmanNovember 7, 2010Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying Now is the worst time in history to be a school principal or administrator. Not only have state governments passed anti-bullying laws that hold schools legally responsible for accomplishing the impossible, the Federal government has thrown its big guns into the vicious attack […]

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Ten Principles for Moral Discipline: Introduction

by Izzy KalmanJune 21, 2010Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying The world is on a massive crusade to get rid of bullying in school, and this crusade is failing. Physical attacks in general are down because it is relatively easy for schools to target such overt aggressive behavior. However, less overt forms of […]

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In Defense of South Hadley High School

by Izzy KalmanApril 18, 2010Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying Ever since the horrific school shooting at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999, school administrators have been clamoring to have school anti-bullying laws passed, believing that such laws will give schools the power to put an end to bullying among students. What […]

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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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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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