Tue, October 15, 2019

Bullying Book Review

Love Greater Than Hate BookI just read a really great book.  It is about bullying.  I know what you are thinking, “This is a business site, why would we need to know about bullying?”

The answer is simple, bullies are around all your life.  They come in many different forms.  From the guy stealing your lunch money . . to the person leaving bad comments on your facebook. . to the business owner trying to intimidate you, bullies are everywhere.  The sooner you learn to deal with them, the better off you will be.

The book is called: “Love greater than hate” and is written by Brooks Gibbs.

The contents of the book are as easy to read as the book. 

  • The Concern: The big picture of bullying and some little details
  • The Cure: The end of bullying starts with you
  • The Challenge: Responding to bullies
  • The Challenge Strategy: Seven days to life change

This 116 page book is like an eye opening strategy to end bullying at your school.  Pick up this book only if you are serious about making a change in your life and those around you.

In the book, it is more than just reading, it is a book of action. There are specific steps you need to take to change your life to impact others.  It is part book, part workbook, so you don’t have to worry about getting bored. 

The book is more than just about bullying, it is about living your life above the influence and rising above mediocrity.  If you are teen who is serious about having a better life, you will want to read this book.

You can check out Brooks page here.  Or look for his book on Amazon here.

Have you had to deal with bullies?  Share your story or a strategy with us.  Then, pick up the book and make a change.  It will be well worth your time.


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1 Comment to “Bullying Book Review”

  1. Loran says:

    I’m not easily impresesd. . . but that’s impressing me! 🙂


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