The Bully Vaccine – Book

The Bully Vaccine

By Jennifer Hancock. This book is designed to help parents vaccinate their kids against bullies and other obnoxious petty people. It’s based on behavioral conditioning techniques and will help you learn what exactly has to happen to make a bully stop.

By preparing for them in advance you can effectively inoculate yourself against the worst of their behavior. The goal is to not be the sort of person a bully targets. It is much easier to prevent bullying than it is to stop it once it starts. If you or your child are trying to cope with bullying that is persistent, egregious and/or ongoing, this book will teach how to stop the bullying from continuing. It isn’t easy, but it can be done if you know how. This book provides very specific and practical information on how exactly to go about ending bullying. The more you understand about the dynamic of what is happening, the better able you will be able to help your child navigate the social situations they find themselves in. And the sooner you teach them these skills, the better off they are going to be. Regardless of your child’s age, this book can help you teach your child the practical skills they need to cope with the bullies they will encounter in life. It is never too young to start. No parent wants to see their kid suffer. If you want to learn how to protect your child, this book will help you teach them the specific skills they need to be successfully inoculated against bullying.

Review from Professional Counselor:

“I don’t think I’ve ever written to an author before, no matter how much I enjoyed a book. This time is an exception, for good reason. Before I have finished reading your book I was able to use it in a counseling session with a client. She came in completely emotionally distraught over an ex-husband bullying her. I was able to use several phrases of yours to help her gain insight into her situation, see the bully for what he is, and help her realize she can improve her situation. She gained hope in 15 minutes! Your book is to have the credit for the success in that moment. I’m so grateful for having read into that little book before she walked into my office. And I had no idea that book was preparing me for that moment. I’ve already found your website, signed up for the newsletter you offer, intend to order at least five more of the book to offer to clients, and to learn more about your brand and practice of humanism. I am a contract clinician at Healing Hearts of Southwest Oklahoma in Lawton, OK. I will share this book and encourage the other clinicians to read it and use it. I guess you might say, You’ve made a believer out of me (I didn’t want to say “disciple”). With gratitude and appreciation,” – D. Strange LPC NCC

How to get it:

This book has been translated into several languages.

And is available for bulk purchase.

There is also a discussion guide for book clubs or educators to use.


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