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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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Obesity and Teen Suicide

by Izzy Kalman (August 2003) I have said many times that being teased is a major factor in teen suicide; that for every victim of teasing who commits a school shooting, there must be at least a hundred who take their own lives. (You can read more about this in my essay, Columbine Made Simple) […]

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The “Bully” Question — A Trap!

by Izzy Kalman (March 2003) The US is now at war with Iraq. Let us hope that whatever happens, it turns out for the best for both countries and the world as a whole. Many of us are struggling with the question of whether or not the US is doing the right thing. Perhaps the […]

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The Promotion of The Victim Mentality

by Izzy Kalman (December 2002) The Western World is moving in a dangerous direction – with good intentions, of course. In the interest of helping people, we are legislating policies that are anti-therapeutic and reduce individual responsibility for one’s actions. To prevent anyone from experiencing the misery of being a victim, we are unwittingly teaching […]

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