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Break the Cycle: An Anti-Bullying Anthology

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Fourteen writers have come together to write about bullying from a variety of perspectives. We think this is still an issue that needs more of a spotlight – now more than ever unfortunately. Forget what you read in the media, these stories will tell you what is really going on in schools, behind closed doors and in places you never thought to look. The pressures our social ...more
Kindle Edition, 215 pages
Published November 14th 2016 (first published October 19th 2016)
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Sarah Lynch
Oct 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
When I read all of these stories, I was reminded how amid the hustle and bustle of life, it’s so easy to overlook those around us who are coping on their own and not telling us what’s going on in their lives. Each and every story presented here is individual, many of them set in the UK and some set in the USA.

Essentially, this is a book of hope. This is a book proving we can break the cycle. Maybe it won’t be easy, but we can do it. Some of these stories may send you into sensory overload and s
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Louise White
Mar 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is an incredibly powerful collection of short stories based around the theme of breaking the cycle of bullying. The featured authors have all written unique and sometimes quiet personal accounts of various forms of bullying. There are an array of stories from positive to devastating outcomes, all aimed at making the reader aware of their own actions, different forms of bullying and the harsh reality of bullying in our society. Bullying does not just occur in our younger years, it can happen ...more
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How Do We Break the Cycle of Bullying?

The Duchess reviews this book for The Glass House Book Club

Bullying is a topic we have talked about a fair bit here at The Glass House. It is an issue that touches almost every one of us at some point in our lives. Either directly or indirectly. It is an issue that seems to be out of control. But then is that simply because social media puts it in front of us more? Or is it because we are finally getting to a point where we can talk about what is going on
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