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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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The True Meaning of the Golden Rule: Love Your Bullies

February 20, 2010 Psychology Today Blog, A Psychological Solution to Bullying The Golden Rule: It’s the ultimate, all-encompassing rule of morality, promoted by every religion and ethical system. Today, many anti-bullying organizations are touting the Golden Rule as the solution to bullying. However, as I will be explaining, very few people actually understand what it […]

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Ignorance of The Golden Rule

by Izzy Kalman (September 2004) The Golden Rule – treat others as you would like to be treated – is the essence of all morality. Yet we learn almost nothing about it, and even those who claim to value this rule (myself included) don’t often live by it. Usually, when we simply respond on the […]

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Freedom of Speech and Cursing

by Izzy Kalman (September 2004) One of my weaknesses is that I am not a quick thinker. This is quite a drawback for me when I am asked questions at my seminars. I often regret my answers, and later a better answer hits me, and I feel like kicking myself for not having known what […]

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