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Bully Proof You

Jeanie Cisco-Meth, Owner

10125 N Cottonwood Dr
Cedar Hills, Utah 84062

Phone:      (801) 735-5746

One simply has to look at news headlines or into a middle school classroom to find evidence of a troubling problem: bullying is affecting the lives of many young students, causing severe emotional damage that can stay with a child for life. There may never be a world completely free of bullies, but luckily there are ways to deal with this difficult issue: through awareness, understanding, and changing our beliefs about and reactions to bullying. 

As a long-time educator and parent, Jeanie Cisco-Meth has dealt with bullying situations over and over, and in this easy-to-understand guide, she shares her very best secrets for bully proofing your life. Students, parents, and teachers can all find valuable words of wisdom in this book, including a straightforward step-by-step plan for Bully Proofing You. 

You’ll learn about improving your self-esteem, putting yourself in the shoes of a bully, and even how to stop another person from being bullied. Featuring real-life examples and a lighthearted, friendly tone, readers will find themselves walking away from this helpful guide with a whole new understanding of bullying—and the practical tools needed to deal with this widespread problem in schools today. All across the United States and the world, people are taking a stand. The stand is against bullying: a widespread, serious problem that is affecting children and teens everywhere, making them feel unsafe in school, in social outings, and even on the Internet. 

The good news? There are certain actions you can take to bully proof your life, and it’s as easy as becoming more aware of this important issue and learning how to break its cycle. An engaging, step-by-step guide to preventing and dealing with bullying, Bully Proofing You uses time-tested techniques for improving self-esteem, dealing with bullies face-to-face, and even protecting others from being bullied. Jeanie Cisco-Meth has seventeen years of experience as a high school educator, and twenty-four years as a parent. She lives in Cedar Hills, Utah, with her husband, Laurence; daughter, Erin; son, Max; and their dog and cat. She regularly gives seminars and training on the subject of bullying in schools.