Bullies – The Blog

Do you have problems you are completely unaware of?

  A recent report on what’s been going wrong in some NHS (National Health Service) hospitals has highlighted that; at Stafford hospital there were many reports of problems by staff (hundreds of them). But the people on the board of … Continue reading


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Coincidence or bad management?

I remember seeing a film years’ ago (it may even be a ‘Carry On’ film) about some firemen. At the end of the film the chief fireman has worked out the problem. He says (as accurately as I can remember it): … Continue reading


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Self Control

Aggressive behaviour at work and how it can happen In a documentary on the making of the film Apollo 13 one of the NASA managers made a very interesting comment. Referring to some of the aggressive behaviour depicted in the … Continue reading


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Make sure you are not bullying others

One of the reasons that there is so much bullying about is that most people who do it just don’t realise they are doing it. You may not agree with me on this. And yes, there are some people who … Continue reading


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Helping someone else who is being bullied

Very often it is much easier for an individual to deal with bullying if they just get a little support from someone else. Sometimes, it doesn’t have to be much. Just helping them think it through can have a huge … Continue reading


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How To Deal With Bullying – Tips

1. Identify your goal. You need to be very clear what it is you want. Is it that you want the individual to behave in a specific way towards you? Or is it that you want a completely different life? … Continue reading


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Why people think there is nothing they can do about bullying

This can happen because long term stress, such as that caused by bullying, damages your brain. In particular it can destroy cells in your hippocampus (a small part of your brain just above your ear). This makes your hippocampus smaller. … Continue reading


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What is bullying?

This week is National Anti-Bullying week. During this week we all need to make an effort to improve the way we treat each other. The first step is to recognise bullying Bulling happens when you ignore the needs of others … Continue reading


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