Hey Loser, What's for Lunch?: Breaking the cycle of bullying by identifying bullying and opening up the lines of communication

Hey Loser, What's for Lunch?: Breaking the cycle of bullying by identifying bullying and opening up the lines of communication

by Michelle Barbieri
Hey Loser, What's for Lunch?: Breaking the cycle of bullying by identifying bullying and opening up the lines of communication

Hey Loser, What's for Lunch?: Breaking the cycle of bullying by identifying bullying and opening up the lines of communication

by Michelle Barbieri

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Overview

Hey Loser, What’s for Lunch? is an entertaining yet serious and educational story for all ages to relate to and learn from. It also features a guide to help identify if your child is being bullied or is bullying others. It will assist parents and teachers in opening up the lines of healthy communication with their children.

Orion, who's now in college, receives a Facebook friend request from his old buddy Benny. It brings back a flood of emotions. Benny was the school bully who tormented Orion through most of his childhood. Orion reflects back on the years with Benny and how he handled Benny relentlessly bullying him. Now, he needs to make an important decision on whether or not to click accept to Benny's request. The story comes from Orion's perspective, yet gives a glimpse into Benny's personal life and what may have contributed to his bullying tendencies.

This book and guide starts the important conversation on bullying. The bullies we ignore and cultivate today will only grow to become the monsters we fear in the future.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945507830
Publisher: Clovercroft Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/2018
Pages: 96
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)
Age Range: 4 - 12 Years

About the Author

Michelle Barbieri is an author and businesswoman. Most importantly, she is a loving mother to two inspirational boys. As a young child, Michelle was abused verbally and physically. She knew that abuse was not what life had intended for anyone and was not acceptable. In adulthood, her continued experiences with bullying in different relationships continued to teach her new lessons she never thought she would need to learn. In each case, Michelle found the inner strength to escape the clutches of life’s different bullies. Michelle isn’t a trained psychologist, but the accumulative years of having experienced the different means of being bullied, has provided her with great insight and the knowledge into not only the world of the victim and survivor but the world of the bully as well. Through these experiences she hopes to use her books to change lives.

Table of Contents

Introduction 15

Part I Orion and Benny

1 19

2 25

3 31

4 39

5 45

6 51

7 57

8 63

Part II Victim or Bully?

1 What Is Bullying? 67

2 Questions for Parents to Ask Their Children 75

3 Questions for Parents to Ask Themselves 79

4 Who Are Bullies? 87

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