Parents teaching about bullying

September 16, 2016

The best tool that I have ever found for a parent to teach their child about bullying is the book Quiet Voice, Loud Voice.


Nicely illustrated.  Nice story.  Good karate images if that's your thing, but it's not all consuming karate that would discourage other readers.  Really it's a nice story about a young boy who gets bullies, and uses a three step de-escalatioin philosophy to deal with the bullies.  A great teaching tool for instructors and parents alike.



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If you buy a copy, go to the website and the author will sign it for you with a very special, encouraging, lasting message for your child.







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I'm a business executive full-time.  I love my work, but my second passion--well it's a way of life--is karate.  I am Chief Instructor, Renshi, 4th Degree Black belt at OCIGK in southern California.  I look forward to sharing with you as I do with my students every day.  

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