How To Be Bully Proof

How to Be Free of Bullies

Humility is a way out of being bullied

It worth accepting that it is inevitable that parents are going to be annoyed, frustrated, thwarted or aggravated in some way and it may as well be said here that they might in some way, at some time bully the children who are dependent on them. As more people become aware that alternative avenues of behaviour are open to them, the less this will happen. However, you are the person who can make your life the best it can by learning from experiences you have had how to be someone who cannot be bullied.

Progress

I must say here, that it is very difficult for people to progress personally in a satisfactory way, when they are not given autonomy at 18 years old. This book is partly aimed at assisting people who have experienced extended chauvinist, dictatorial, boarding school upbringings. If you recognise yourself in this you can benefit from this information, equally, I think everyone can gain from it.

Continued control over someone who has all their correct faculties happens oftentimes to females from traditional English backgrounds because of the accepted “wisdom”, which has its roots deeply set in out-moded social structures, marital and family law in the United Kingdom. A type of Georgian England persists behind the doors of England’s better off families, and they are never sniffed around by social services.

I must add here that the United Kingdom is in no way alone with its deeply rooted social protocols.  As I say these occur more frequently in social classes that believe themselves to be on display or important.

Humility is a way out of being bullied.

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