|Author:||Frank E. Peretti|
|Publisher:||Thomas Nelson; Reprint edition (June 17, 2003)|
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No More Bullies: For Those Who Wound or Are Wounded.
No More Bullies: For Those Who Wound or Are Wounded. If you've ever been there, you've never forgotten how it feels.
He has sound information for those who are wounded, those who wound . Frank Peretti and his wife, Barbara Jean, live in the Western .
He has sound information for those who are wounded, those who wound, and those adults who watch from the sidelines. As a teacher, who was wounded as a child and who wounded others herself so long ago, I now have a lot to think about before the new school terms starts. Peretti released his first-ever non-fiction book, The Wounded Spirit in 2000, which quickly became a best-seller. In spite of sudden fame and notoriety, Frank still lives a simple, well-rounded life that includes carpentry, banjo making, sculpturing, bicycling and hiking. He is also an avid pilot.
Who would have known Frank Peretti, a well known and loved Christian fiction author, had a problem with bullying? . Frank Peretti speaks with authority on a topic that is, unfortunately, all too prevalent in our country.
Who would have known Frank Peretti, a well known and loved Christian fiction author, had a problem with bullying? I read the book because I was interest in reading a non-fiction by Frank Peretti. I love his fiction books, but this book helped me in my personal life. Far too many young people have endured bullying in school, and Peretti succinctly gives a victim's point of view. This is a must-read for anyone, but educators would really benefit from reading this book. 2 people found this helpful.
If you've ever been there, you've never forgotten how it feels. It's knowing you are vulnerable and that someone is ready to take advantage of your weakness. It's the fraternity you never wanted to join-the fellowship of the wounded spirit
The painful fellowship of those who have been bullied crosses gender, socioeconomic, educational and ethnic lines. Best-selling author Frank Peretti t. Online family Christian book store.
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It's the story of growing up with a medical condition that left him disfigured. A series of surgeries and the slow miracle of answered prayer took care of the deformity, but not the underdeveloped frame or the excruciating reality of being different. And it was for these petty "crimes" that Peretti was prosecuted every day at school-especially in gym class, but also in the halls, on the school grounds,. No More Bullies: For Those Who Wound or Are Wounded.
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If you've ever been there, you've never forgotten how it feels. It's being undersized or oversized or less than beautiful. It's knowing you are vulnerable and that someone is ready to take advantage of your weakness. It's the fraternity you never wanted to join-the fellowship of the wounded spirit. And Frank Peretti is a member, too.
In this powerful book, Frank Peretti shares his deeply personal story of growing up different, and the persecution he suffered because of it. And from this reservoir of memories he urges:those being abused to speak up and seek helpthose in authority to take notice- and actionthe "strong" kids to stand up and protect the weak- not prey upon themall of us to stop thinking of abuse as "normal" or as "kids being kids"
This groundbreaking work shows how we all - bullies and victims alike - can find both healing and forgiveness from the anguish and torment associated with the growing epidemic of bullying.