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Understanding White Collar Crime

There are many crimes committed around the country every year. The ones that you do not hear much about, but cost the country $300 million annually, are what is called a white collar crime. If they are big crimes, the story will hit the front page of the paper, be a passing blip on a

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I Hate My Boss So Much

I Hate My Boss…. Dealing With The Horrible Boss Nearly everyone has made this comment to themselves or to another person at least once in their lifetime. It is simply a fact of life that a job is going to come with a boss and that boss is going at some point to make demands upon

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Living with The Bullying Boss

The Bullying Boss and Corporation Bullies Situations that can be difficult are when the boss or corporation are all bullies. This happens more frequently than any of us would like to admit. When a person has climbed up the corporate ladder, they have obtained a certain amount of power over those under them. If a person

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More Bullying Statistics in USA

America is suffering from a bullying epidemic. Bullies appear everywhere, from the playground to workplaces, elder care facilities and even online. The Internet has made it relatively easy for bullies to harass and stalk their victims without suffering any repercussions. Once a bully gets into your head, it’s extremely difficult to get that bully out.

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Dr Lisa Destun on Bullying

Dr. Destun obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. She currently practices downtown in London, Ontario, and has a group practice of six registered psychologists who see clients across the lifespan. Dr Destun shares her opinions and expertise on the hot topics of Bullying and Cyber Bullying  Bullying

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Ongoing Workplace Bullying Scandal at Chicago Suburb City Department

Twenty-five miles west of Chicago, in a city that a scandal has surfaced involving workplace bullying at the city department of Wheaton, Illinois, that the Chicago Tribune reports the city tolerated and largely “ignored for years”. Wheaton, with a population of 54,000, is described by the Chicago Tribune, in an November, 2008 article, as “a

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Workplace Bully: Bullying in a Newsroom

Bullying in a newsroom is a workplace bullying situation. Co worker bullying happens when one want to stay on the top of the game. The other is seen as a threat and the problem escalates into something uncomfortable. Newsrooms, offices, factories, lunch counters. Bullying goes on in every workplace. There is always an abuse of

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Jill Kristall on Bullying Children

Jill Kristal, with over 15 years of experience in clinical psychology talks to NoBullying.com about Bullying Children and Teaching children how to deal with their emotions. The Interview on Bullying Children can be found here and here. Below is a transcript of the interview on Bullying Children:  Jill Kristal: Hi, I am doctor Jill Kristal. I am

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Marcus Berley on How to Report Cyber Bullying

Marcus Berley has a B.A. in Philosophy from Cornell University. His M.A. is in Psychology: Systems Counseling, from LIOS Graduate College of Saybrook University. He Talks to NoBullying.com about How to Report Cyber Bullying. The interview on How to Report Cyber Bullying can also be found here and here. Below is a transcript of the interview

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Janet Zinn on Teen Bullying

Janet Zinn has a varied private practice because she works with individuals, couples, families and groups on a number of levels. She treats long-term clients who are working on core issues in their lives, who choose to go to deep places that illuminate and transform circumstances and/or situations that are not working for them anymore.

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